Zaida Fabiola Aguilar Ramos was born in Coahuila, México. In 1995, she received her first B.A in Business Administration from Instituto Tecnológico de Piedras Negras. She immigrated to the United States in 1998 and completed her second BA in Applied Sciences and Arts in Stephen F. Austin University in 2007. In 2010, she received her first Master’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a specialization in Education, Latin-American Studies and Spanish. In 2014, she graduated with her second Masters degree in Hispanic Studies both from Stephen F. Austin University. She has taught Spanish in private and public systems for 16 years. This is her first year as a graduate student and a Spanish Instructor of Texas A&M University. She is a member of Sigma Delta Phi Sociedad Nacional Honoraria Hispánica and SCOLAS. Her research interest includes the identity and evolution of women during the Mexican Revolution era, the feminine presence/ evolution of woman in the Mexican Corridos and the literary contribution of the Chinese-Mexican community in the XX century in Mexico.