Degree in History and Geography from the University of Navarra, specializing in archeology. After the degree, I was part of the archeological department of this University, researching about how the computers helps the archaeological research. This work allowed me to publish several articles about this topic. During those years I was also a member of the CTI (Computer Technology Center) of this University, where I developed projects for the reconstruction of archaeological sites in 3D and taught the subject of “Applied Computing” in the Faculty of Medicine of that University.
In 1998 I started teaching computers at Santa Teresa School in Pamplona (Spain) and managing the computer network of this school.
In 2000 I started teaching economics and business, after the necessary preparation in this area. That same year I assumed the position of Technology Coordinator of the School, which I still do. In 2007 I also assumed the position of Quality Coordinator certifying the school in ISO9001: 2000 EFQM + 400 and EFQM + 500
Currently I am also part of a small national team, made up of 5 people to promote in my Foundation (Fundación Escuela Teresiana – 22 schools) the effective incorporation of technology in the classroom and the training in the digital skills of teachers.