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She graduated from Communications in Monterrey's Universidad Regiomontana.
In 1998, Univision held auditions in three cities, including Guadalajara, to find a team of commentators for their weekly sports show, Republica Deportiva. Franco auditioned, and she was chosen, out of 500 people, to conduct the show, alongside Fernando Fiore and Jorge Gomez. She has said that she wants to use her position to champion women's rights. As part of Republica Deportiva, Franco reported on Primer Impacto's sports section. She no longer appears on Republica Deportiva.
In October 2013, Franco was hired by Spanish sports network ESPN Deportes. Franco appears on morning sports show Raza Deportiva along with Omar Orlando Salazar, Leo Vega, David Faitelson, Rafael Ramos and Oscar Restrepo, the show also airs simultaneously on ESPN Deportes Radio. Franco also appears on sports talk show #Redes along with Carolina Guillén, Alfredo Lomeli and Poncho Vera.
Franco has a son, born in 1990.