Reyna Itzel De La Cruz Quintana


Professional in Law and Philosophy, with analytical capacity and passion for research with a social cause; from the tools of legal and political analysis, with a Human Rights, Gender, and Intersectionality perspective.

She has a Master’s Degree in Political Philosophy and a PhD in Social Studies-Political Processes, from the Metropolitan Autonomous University.

In the Chamber of Deputies LXV Legislature, she participated in the “Parliamentary Support” program, where she collaborated with the control-management of administrative and research activities, related to critical analysis of parliamentary issues, public policies, and democracy.

She has worked in one of the Big Four as an Analyst for the investigation and identification of potential risks, locally and LATAM; executing actions to prevent fraud and money laundering, ensuring compliance with current regulations and standards in Mexico and Latin America.

Her interest in social issues, in the promotion and defense of the Human Rights of vulnerable groups, has led her to actively participate in NGOs, to promote actions that consolidate a Democratic State and guarantees Human Rights.

She is the author of social research articles, published in different and important Editorials in Mexico and Latin America.