Born in February 15th, 1986 in La Paz, Bolivia. She studied law at the Universidad Mayor de San Andres, the most prestigious university of La Paz. In 2009 she started working on dialogue and peace building at UNIR Bolivia Foundation and The Carter Center. In 2010, the UNDP invited her to present her experience with the Open Space Technology at the Methodological Forum of Dialogue and Conflict Transformation.
While she was Responsible of Prevention & Citizen Participation Area at the Municipal Government in 2012 – 2013, her area drafted three important laws: free access to municipal information, citizen participation and social control law.
In 2013 she Korean International Cooperation Agency awarded Fabiola with a scholarship to study at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Seoul, South Korea and in 2015 she got her degree as Master of Arts in International Development.
In 2014 she was invited to the 25th IPRA General Conference on “Uniting for Peace: Building Sustainable Peace through Universal Values” held in Istanbul, Turkey, to present her paper on Indigenous Conflict Resolution: Right to justice and diversity of the indigenous peoples in Bolivia. In October 2015, she gave a lecture at FLASCO Guatemala about Bolivia – Chile Conflict. Analysis of the bilateral negotiations of 2006.
Currently, she is working at the UNODC as “Specialist in Analysis and Risk Management of Corruption”.