Sheila works since 2016 as an archaeological laboratory assistant in Guatemala City as well as in the archaeological site of El Mirador Basin. She worked also as a supervisor for the archaeological sites at the Institute of Anthropology and History. She has participated in archaeological and museum summits, seminars-workshops, in planning and conservation methodologies. Her collaborative and professional ethics makes the processes of more effective and efficient.
Sheila has achieved a degree at USAC (Universidad San Carlos de Guatemala) as a Technician in Archeology from the School of History at the University of San Carlos in Guatemala and also a degree on Rights of Indigenous Peoples.