Venezuelan politician and activist who is best recognized for having been elected mayoress of San Cristobal. As a member of the Justice First organization, she has participated in several marches, protests, and other activism work.
She studied in the La Epifania school in Zulia before earning her degree in Industrial Engineering from the Experimental University of Tachira. She joined politics when she became a member of the Justicia Universitaria.
She is known for having given the closing speech at the Women's March in San Cristobal in February of 2014.
She married Popular Will leader Daniel Ceballos.
She collaborated with Maria Machado in organizing the Justice First women's march in February of 2014.