Veronica earned a bachelors degree in Literature and Drama from the National Autonomous University of Mexico with additional study at The National Institute of Arts in Mexico. She received an M.A in Spanish Education from Bennington College.
In addition to her creative and energetic work with the students at GMS, Veronica is a reporter at Alianza Metropolitan News. She has received an honorable mention from the National Association of Hispanic Publications for her education article about GMS in 2004, and a Gold Award for her education article about GED classes in 2009. In 2003, she created Teatro Nahual, a Spanish language theatre. Veronica is also a Spanish playwright, notably of "Strike Without Sticks."
Prior to GMS, Veronica was manager of the Spanish Literacy program at Harbor College Job Placement Center in Los Angeles. Before that, along with extensive theatre work in Mexico City, Veronica taught Spanish and drama to junior high and high school students.
Veronica joined the faculty at GMS in 2001. She leads the Spanish department and teaches sixth grade fluent Spanish speakers and eighth grade Spanish for those who speak Spanish as a second language.