Adriana is a Civil Engineer graduated from the Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua (UACH), where she also completed a master's degree in Hydraulic Resources of Arid Zones, specializing in water use and quality.
She has 23 years of experience in the Mexican Section of the International Boundary and Water Commission, in the engineering area as Deputy Director of the Colorado River and in the operation area as Chief Engineer.
In the Commission, she has helped ensure compliance with the treaties in force between Mexico and the United States, regarding the distribution of the waters of the International Rivers between the two countries. These responsibilities have included the supervision of the operation and maintenance of the hydraulic works built on the Rio Bravo and Rio Colorado, the operation and maintenance of the hydro metering system of the Mexican section of the IBWC, and the accounting of the water of the Rio Bravo and Rio Colorado.
During her career with the Commission, she has participated in the negotiation of several of the Commission's acts, as well as in inter-institutional and binational coordination for the development of important projects in the border region.
As of September 15, 2021, became Mexican Commissioner of the International Boundary and Water Commission.