She is an independent curator and cultural administrator. She coordinated the alternative space La Panadería (1997–98), and directed MUCA Roma (UNAM, 2013–16), where she developed The Right to the City Program. She also curated the Juárez Project, an international public art project in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua. She was the producer of several site-specific works by artists such as Santiago Sierra, Pawel Althamer, and Artur Zmijewski. She was an adjudicator for the VI Bienal Regional de Plástica Joven, Casa de la Cultura de Monterrey, Monterrey, Nuevo León (2004), and has collaborated in several specialized magazines, such as Flash Art International, Art Nexus, Origina, and Velocidad crítica. From March 2007 to February 2008, she wrote “Fronteras,” the visual arts column for Mexico City’s magazine Dónde ir. She is currently coordinating the Educational Program at the Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo. David collaborated with inSite/Casa Gallina in the discussion of Eduardo Navarro’s project when it was first presented.