She was born in Buenos Aires. She is a professor of Literature and worked as a teacher of Language and Literature in secondary schools. She also coordinated reading and writing workshops. She is currently headmaster of a school in the City of Buenos Aires, where she develops reading and writing projects with children and young people.
She participates in writing workshops in "Siempre de Viaje" with the poet Virginia Janza. Hola Princess came from the work she does in that workshop.
Her novel El cuarto de juegos was a finalist of the "Julio C. Coba" Children's and Juvenile Literature Contest in 2013, published in Ecuador. Her fairy tale El hada de las flores was selected by the iberoamerican University of León (Mexico) , to integrate an anthology of illustrated stories.
She also wrote stories with pictograms for the younger ones: El guerrero de las zapatillas verdes, El misterio de la plaza oscura y Los juguetes traviesos.