Kennia holds a degree in Administration and Promotion of Urban Projects from the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico. Since 2014, she has advised the governments of more than 30 cities in Latin America in the execution of public policies, projects and in the development of their capacities in terms of sustainable urban mobility. These include public bicycle systems and cycling infrastructure.
She collaborated with the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy as Leader of the Cyclocities Strategy, in the Ministry of Agrarian, Territorial and Urban Development of Mexico as advisor and coordinator of contents of the Streets’ Manual, and in the Ministry of the Environment of Mexico City as the leader of Ecobici’s electrical expansion. Kennia is confident that teamwork is best and uses the bicycle as her main mode of transportation.