Haidy is an architect by the Autonomous University of Coahuila. She has experience in housing and commercial design. Since 2015, she has focused on the design and implementation of public spaces. Within her experience in the transformation of cities, Haidy participated in the elaboration of architectural and executive projects of public parks with prominent social impact.
Some of the projects she has participated in are: the urban regeneration intervention in Los Sauces Housing Unit, in Tepic, Nayarit; and Parque Hídrico La Quebradora in Iztapalapa, winner of the first price in the LafargeHolcim Awards. Haidy also collaborated in The Alamo Master Plan, an area located in the historic district of San Antonio, Texas. As an architect and citizen, she seeks to leave a mark in cities to promote a positive coexistence among its inhabitants as well as within the environment.