Daniela studied an undergraduate degree in Biology at the Autonomous University of Yucatan. Her dissertation project focused on the abundance and diversity of jaguar and puma’s prey species at the southern portion of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. She has participated as a volunteer in fisheries and wildlife conservation projects and in the elaboration of environmental impact manifestations. She currently work in the Jaguar Ecology and Conservation Project and participated in the 2nd National Jaguar Census both conducted by the Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Laboratory. Her short term objective is to carry out postgraduate studies focused on the ecology and conservation of mexican mammal populations.