She earned a Law Degree from Universidad del Norte in Barranquilla. She majored in Public Law at Universidad Externado de Colombia. She majored in Organized Crime, Corruption and Terrorism at Universidad de Salamanca (Spain).
She joined the Attorney General´s Office 18 years ago and she worked as a Delegate Prosecutor before the Superior Tribunal of Bogotá where she was appointed to the Unit of Delegate Prosecutors (Unidad de Fiscales Delegados). Moreover, she was a special prosecutor of the National Unit of Prosecutor´s Offices on Assets Forfeiture and Money Laundering (Unidad Nacional de fiscalías para la Extinción del Derecho de Dominio y contra el Lavado de Activos).
She also coordinated the division in charge of persecuting assets for reparation of victims (Subunidad de persecución de Bienes para la Reparación de las Víctimas)of the Transitional Justice Unit, Delegate prosecutor before the Court of the Special Directorate on Assets Forfeiture (Dirección Especializada de Extinción del Derecho de Dominio) and the Special Directorate against Money Laundering (Dirección Especializada contra el Lavado de Activos). Likewise, she coordinated the group that monitors illegal assets (Grupo Rastreo de Activos Ilícitos) of the Delegate office on Criminal Finances (Delegada para las Finanzas Criminales)
Thanks to her wide experience, she has trained international agencies and local institutions on issues related to the prevention and repression of money laundering and the location of assets derived from illicit activities or used for the commission of crimes.
She has shared her knowledge with institutions such as the Department of Justice of the United States of America, the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission CICAD – OAS, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime ( UNODC), the School of the Attorney General´s Office, Public Ministry of Peru, and Universidad Javeriana and Universidad El Rosario, among others.