Born and raised in the theatre and trained by her parents (both performers) – her training includes acting, voice, and dance – she has formed part of the Musical Theater community all her life. Since young, she atteended preparatory schools that placed her on a stage and taught her all areas of performance training. Some of her professional and amateur productions include Les Miserables (Eponine), Beauty and the Beast (Belle), The Light in the Piazza (Clara), The King and I (Tuptim), Tinyard Hill (Aileen) at the Florida Arts Garage’s Summer Tune-Up series, and Man of La Mancha (Antonia) at Palm Beach Dramaworks. For her first professional performance, Zepeda played Young Cosette when she was only six years old in the Original Mexico Cast of Les Miserables, fully produced by Cameron Mackintosh. She briefly attended the Boston Conservatory before moving to NYC where she now trains vocally with Neal Harrelson.