BioMiriam is co-founder of projects based in Mobile Applications, Location Intelligence technologies and Geochicas initiative. The Geochicas initiative aims to bring more women to collaborate in the data creation of OpenStreetMap and promote more women participation and knowledge sharing in the Geospatial spaces.
For the past years Miriam has been highly involved in promoting OpenStreetmap and Humanitarian OpenStreetMap (HOTOSM) increasing the participation of the community in Mexico and LatAm by giving workshops, conferences and coordinating efforts among Open Data key players. Currently she is involved in Open Data, Autonomous vehicles and data analysis initiatives.
Miriam just participated in her first FOSS4G in Dar Es Salam, Tanzania and became engaged with this wonderful community.