Marisol holds a degree in law and international relationships, she supports TOF’S management, conservation, and research activities in Mexico. She has served as a public servant in different Mexican agencies, like the National Water Commission, the National Human Rights Commission, and the National Commission of Natural Protected Areas, where she conducted drafts for different national and international legal instruments.
In 2019 she earned the United Nations and the Nippon Foundation fellowship grant. The first phase at the UN’s headquarters and the second one at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, where she conducted her thesis on the ‘Relationship between water management and the preservation of Mexican Marine Protected Areas under UNCLOS and other international instruments’.
She is committed to sustainable growth and citizen participation through her work. She enjoys long walks outdoors and cooking.