Elena Tudela has a Bachelor of Architecture from the UNAM Faculty of Architecture with a Diploma of Merit and a Master of Architecture in Urban Design in 2012 from the Graduate School of Design of Harvard University. She is a Doctorate Candidate in Architecture at UNAM on resilient urban design. She is a professor at the Faculty of Architecture and tutor of the Postgraduate Program in Sustainability Sciences at UNAM. She is a co-founder of the ORU Office of Urban Resilience focused on urban design, adaptation and sustainable development with an emphasis on water infrastructure, landscape and public space. She worked in the General Directorate of Strategic Projects of SEDUVI and in the Public Space Authority of Mexico City. In 2013 she was a FONCA fellow within the Young Creators Program. In 2014 he obtained an Honorable Mention in the Contest for the Mexico Pavilion at the Milan Expo 2015. He coordinated the urban design area of the Quebradora Water Park Project (IIS UNAM) in Iztapalapa that received the regional Gold 2017 and Gold in the Global category in 2018 from Lafarge Holcim Sustainable Awards. She collaborated as an advisor to the Gaeta + Springall office on water infrastructures for the Parque Lineal Ferrocarril de Cuernavaca project, winner of the award for its construction, and second place at the Quito Biennial in 2018. She has been a jury for the Obras Award and has written for DOMUS, Arquine, Bitácora and Capitel magazines. She recently published an article for the book "Ecological Urbanism in Latin America" by GG publishing house. She is currently a member of the Public Space Advisory Council and the Resilience Advisory Council of the Government of Mexico City and is part of the National System of Art Creators.