Paloma has a degree in History from the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM) and has a postgraduate studies in Archaeology (DEA-UAM), Art History Spanish (Master, UCM) and Classical Archaeology (CSIC-Roma), among others. Since 2010 she has been teaching at the Santa Bárbara Secondary School: ESO Geography, History and Art History. She has the linguistic empowerment of CAM for the performance of bilingual positions (English).
In addition to her teaching experience in formal education, she is a member of the team of teachers of the City Council Program: Madrid, an open book. She is recognized for her contribution to the section of guided tours around the historic center of Madrid.
Within the area of Historic Heritage she has participated in various research projects (IAM-CSIC), conservation (Heritage Office – UAH), cataloging (HSA, New York) and coordination of exhibition projects and conferences on History, Archeology and Art. She has published articles on these subjects.