Alejandra is a music, travel and technology bilingual writer based in Mexico city, where she has contributed to some online magazines such as Revista Marvin, Quarter Rock Press and Pólvora. During her academic training, she accomplished the Magazine Writing Course taught by Stanford University Online Learning Program and the Music Journalism Course taught by Discoteca Formación. In 2015, Alejandra was selected to participate in Radio Ibero 90.9 Music Journalism Workshop as an auditing student.
In addition, Alejandra speaks English and Spanish fluently. She holds an Associate Degree in Interpretation and Translation along with a couple of international language certifications including the First Certificate In English (FCE) and the International English Language Testing System (IELTS).
Moreover, Alejandra has a wide professional experience in User Interface Design and User Experience Design for Web and Mobile Technologies. She holds a Bachelor Degree in Graphic Design awarded by Universidad del Valle de México, a Diploma in Mobile Applications by Tecnológico de Monterrey, as well as a Diploma in Web Design by Folder X and certified by Adobe. Recently she attended the User Experience Online Course offered by University Of Arts London.
Alejandra is also interested in creating graphics in motion. In 2013, she attended the Motion Graphics Workshop taught by Tecnológico de Monterrey and she successfully concluded the 3D Animation Course taught by Escuela Escena, where she learnt the basics of animation and modeling.