Alejandra holds an MA in International Cultural Policy and Management from the University of Warwick, and a BA in Conservation from the National School of Conservation, Restoration, and Museography in Mexico City. She has experience managing and coordinating conservation projects in different Mexican public institutions. Pushed by the urge promote positive change in her community, she studied creativity and sustainability theories, as well as, how people engage and care for their heritage. After a year of intense changes, she truly believes that community building, diversity, and understanding are the base to create better conservation and sustainability practices. At the end, to sum up individual efforts will enable us to better preserve the little piece of Earth we each care about.