date of birth: August 22, 1983. (39 years).
Academic Training: Master in Public Administration and Public Policy.
As a public servant:
Municipal President of Cuatitlán Izcalli, State of Mexico from August 18, 2009 to February 4, 2012.
Federal deputy from 1 September 2012 to 31 August 2015.
Director of Bansfey, February 4, 2015 to September 30, 2016.
Secretary of Labor of the State of Mexico from October 2016 to January 2017.
Secretary of Economic Development of the Government of the State of Mexico from September 16, 2017 to January 31, 2018.
Local Deputy from September 5, 2021 to February 9, 2022.
Secretary of Social Development of the Government of the State of Mexico from February 10 to October 20, 2022.
Why do you want to be governor?
“I aspire to be the first governor of the State of Mexico, because I want to improve the quality of life of Mexicans and only united can we deliver results; It is not about a position, position or power, but about the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of Mexican families and in the history of our state.
“I have always believed that, if we have the opportunity, we also have a responsibility to contribute to improving our environment, to leave the world better than we found it, to contribute to others and not Think only of your own interests. I have found the meaning of my life in public service and now, as a mother, I have a greater commitment to the State of Mexico.
“And I believe the easiest way, the best way, to get a big impact is by allowing government to reach large numbers of people in a sustainable way. The changes that have been achieved by government , If they are done well, with the participation of society, we can change the reality of Mexican families for life.
“At this time, it is urgent to build a government of reconciliation, because there is a current that seeks to separate and pit Mexicans against each other, they feed on the anger and fatigue of society for political gain.” want to take advantage, but without offering pathways to solve the underlying problems; they want to divide us into categories of workers and employers or an older class that does little to help. I believe we Mexicans struggle And we cannot accomplish much by dividing, on the contrary, we are better off if we work together and as a team.
“The State of Mexico does not work better if we delude ourselves about the problems and do not look for real solutions, social problems, insecurity, unemployment, lack of public services or corruption are not solved with color change. I wish it was that easy, but it is not, there is evidence, because there has been a political change in more than half of the state of Mexico and nothing has changed, because basically the change we need is to work on a solution and stop Getting lost in blame. What Mexicans demand are answers to their problems, concrete action to address their shortcomings, a path toward a better future, not revenge that binds us to the past.
“We have to be a new generation of public servants who look for better ways to solve pending problems, especially in the State of Mexico, where all the problems, as well as their achievements, are enormous because of its size and where The need to work together becomes more and more apparent. We must find concrete solutions with preparation and a professional approach, not with improvisations and good wishes.
“I am sure that we Mexicans can solve our problems if we work together, if we focus on solutions for the future instead of blaming ourselves about the past. We need everyone’s work, everyone’s We need cooperation, everyone’s participation and everyone’s commitment to move forward, no one should be left behind or left behind, we must include all voices and build a future of shared prosperity.
“That’s why I’m going to win this election, because I believe the people deserve a government that takes responsibility for the solution and understands that the best way to achieve this is together with the community.” “