Kennia holds a Degree in Administration and Promotion of Urban Projects by the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico. Kennia has experience in the execution of public policies, projects and the development of capabilities in sustainable urban mobility since 2014. She has participated in the planning and implementation of shared bicycle systems in Mexico City, Mazatlán, Culiacán, Los Mochis, Buenos Aires, Pasto and San José. Kennia collaborated with the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy as Leader of the Cycling-cities Strategy, in the Secretariat of Agrarian, Land and Urban Development as an advisor, in the Mexico’s City Ministry of Environment as project leader and supervisor of ECOBICI, and as an independent consultant for governments, multilateral organizations and the private sector.
She believes that teamwork will give better results and uses the bicycle as her main means of transport.