Natalia Jardon was born in Mexico City and grew up in Paris. She was an intern at the New York Times European Headquarters before moving to London to study Human Genetics at UCL. There she worked with Marcus du Sautoy for the BBC’s and the Open University’s four-part documentary on Maths, as well as researching for TimeOut. She was also engaged in mentoring, advisory and teaching schemes for both UCL and the Institute of Education. After graduating she went on to complete a Masters in Science Media Production from Imperial College. As Head Coordinator for the development of school and learning materials for the 100 Visions 100 Women project for female scientists she was heavily involved in making their exhibitions child-friendly. In 2008 she won the Emerging Talent Award of the Wellcome Trust. Passionate about theatre, she was part of the National Theatre's student team for four years and a long term volunteer at Shakespeare's Globe. She was editor for Ciudad de las Ideas, taking part in the launch of their new website and coordinating their social media campaign. She currently teaches Digital Journalism at the UDLA and is focused on communicating the value of Mexican science and innovation to the public. She curated and produced the Mexico y la Ciencia (Mexico and Science) exhibition shown at Palacio de Minería last October with support of the Instituto de Ciencia y Tecnología del Distrito Federal. She is also writing a book on Mexican science and works as an independant bilingual consultant in publishing and editing.