Cultural management and industry
PhD in Communication, Education and Society from the University of Alcalá (UAH)
Master of Arts in Spanish from Auburn University (Auburn, Alabama)
Master's degree in Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language from the University of Alcalá (UAH)
Master in History of Drama from the University of Alcalá (UAH)
Master in Communication from the Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid (URJC)
Degree in Advertising and Public Relations from the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM)
Degree in Dramatic Art from the Royal School of Dramatic Art of Madrid (RESAD)
Professor of industry and cultural management at universities such as Eastern Michigan University and Northern Arizona University. She combines her teaching work with research in the field of performing arts, focusing on accessibility, audience development, and the role of theater as an agent of social change.
In recent years and thanks to various research projects, he has designed accessibility for various theater shows both in Spain and in the US. His latest article (“Using Thermography to Study Audience Engagement during Theater Performance”) was published in the academic journal American Journal for Arts Administration.
Prior to his stay in the US, he ran his own theater production company for 7 years, carrying out productions, events and national tours.
Subjects and workshops
BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN PERFORMING ARTS + INTERPRETATION (curriculum in extinction)
The audiovisual and theater industry
BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN PERFORMING ARTS & SCREEN ACTING
Dramatic Literature I
MASTER AUDIOVISUAL INTERPRETATION OFFICER
MASTER OFFICIAL IN ARTISTIC AND DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY
Accessibility in the arts. Reception and audience development. Theater as an agent of social change.
Awards, mentions and recognitions
Accessible Theater at EMU, Michigan Council for Arts Cultural Affairs
Brickley Award for Professional Development and Innovation