Consequently, I started going to night school at UNED to get my degree in education. In addition, I decided to finish what I had started and therefore continued my studies in International Relations, receiving a Licenciatura the following year.
Once completed, I pursued my studies in education and received a Master’s degree in Education from Lesley College, Boston. Soon after, I traveled to Switzerland, enrolled at the University of Geneva, and obtained a Diplôme d'Études en Français from the Sorbonne University.
Once back in Costa Rica, I worked 10 years as a teacher at Lincoln School and then I was offered a position at the Country Day School, which I accepted. I have been working for years at CDS and have taught students from pre- kindergarten to 3rd grade. I have participated in several committees throughout these years such as Book Month, revising curriculum, revising and editing school mission, scholarship fund committee, amongst many others.