Mayra Hernandez was born in Mexico City and has lived in San Diego most of her life. Before graduating from Law School, she obtained a Bachelors and Masters in Mathematics. After which she worked on research in applied mathematics and taught mathematics. After successfully passing the California Bar exam, she is now ready to contribute as a licensed attorney.
In law school, Mayra helped advise how to navigate the trademarking process and protect intellectual property. Mayra has written about the crypto space and is interested in Intellectual Property prosecution. Not an artist by trade, she loves to see the creative process unfold because Art, being older than written language, it’s so intertwined with our humanity that it can’t but also in simple and complex ways touch notions of how societies are organized and how us humans build, create, discover and express a connection with one another. As new media forms mature, our own legal systems need to mature and evolve alongside. And in the process, offering our science and technology vitality in new expressive outlets. She served as Intramural Athletics Director for Cal Western’s Student Bar Association and is a past president of SDSU’s Association for Computing Machinery. She’s an ardent education advocate with over a decade of experience.
In her free time. Mayra enjoys hanging out, traveling, hiking, and being outdoors. She loves trying out new recipes. Being mostly vegetarian for the past decade has given her new opportunities to reinvent old favorite recipes or to think of new combinations. Mayra is a certified yoga teacher and can’t wait to go out dancing!