Ana has worked for the nonprofit sector for over 20 years, successfully leading efforts ranging from supporting Indigenous and rural communities with communication, marketing, and commerce strategies, to creating financial mechanisms to ensure conservation programmes. She is cofounder and CEO of Zamia Media, a social enterprise that provides communication, marketing, and fundraising tools, courses, and services to purpose-driven organisations, increasing their impact and generating positive and sustainable changes in the world.
Ana is also vice-chair of the Commission for Education and Communication of the IUCN and a board member of several organisations supporting food and water security and education. She is a fellow member of WeAmerica, a social entrepreneurship program, and co-founder of MAM, a network that supports female initiatives in Latin America. Ana holds a MSc in biodiversity, conservation, and management from the University of Oxford and a BA in marketing from Tecnológico de Monterrey.