Born in the Republic of Panama, January 11, 1970.
University of Panama (Bachelor degree in Law and Political Sciences, 1995 and Specialist in Advanced Teaching, 2000); Universidad Latinoamericana de Ciencias y Tecnología (Master degree in Commercial Law, 2004; and Postgraduate studies in Public Law, 2004); Universidad de Salamanca (XX Postgraduate-specialization in Casualty Law, 2007); Universidad Interamericana de Panamá (Master degree in Business Administration, specialization on International Trade, 2007).
Experience: Has more than 20 years of experience in the legal practice, during which she had advised countless local and international companies in litigations of civil and commercial nature and in commercial arbitration proceedings, she also worked for five years in the Judicial Branch as Assistant to the Judge, Chief Clerk and Writing Clerk. As of 2004, she is an associate attorney of Bufete IGRA, litigation and alternative methods of dispute resolution division of Icaza, González-Ruiz & Alemán.
Counselor to the Junior Achievement Program since 2002. She held the chair of Commercial Law, Bankruptcy Proceedings and Banking Law in Universidad Latina de Panamá. She was also Assistant Professor of International Private Law, Universidad del Istmo (2002-2006). Procedural Law, University of Panama (1998-1999).
Membership: Panama Bar Association; Arbitration Latinamerican Association (ALARB).
Languages: Spanish and English.
Hobbies and Activities: Walking and listening to music.