Is a professor at the Center for Demographic, Urban and Environmental Studies of El Colegio de México. She holds a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, with a subspecialty in geography. He has worked on issues related to economic adjustment, inequality, as well as on population and the environment. His current research projects revolve around household energy consumption, the demography of inequality and the intersections between climate change and population wellbeing. She is a member of the National System of Researchers (Level II) and was the Principal Investigator of the Poverty and Climate change in Mexico project
Is an associate professor at the Center for Theoretical and Multidisciplinary Studies in Social Sciences of the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences - UNAM of Salvadoran nationality. She holds a PhD in Population Studies from El Colegio de México and a Master degree in Population and Development by FLACSO-Mexico. She was a post-doctoral researcher in the Poverty and Climate change in Mexico project. She is interested in investigating the welfare of the population analyzing, in the present, the processes of inequality and exclusion in Latin American labor markets and the organization and structure of households; and, in the future, through the study of the relationship of climate change and the distribution of income, the energy consumption of households and their environmental implications. It is a candidate for the National System of Researchers.