I began to study the Master’s of Science in Environmental Sciences in Emory, Atlanta. I joined Dr. Eri Saikawa’s research group
The Carter Center
During the summer of 2017 I did an internship at The Carter Center in Atlanta (Alana for locals), in the Latin American and Caribbean Program.
World Economic Forum on Latin America
I was part of the support team during the World Economic Forum that took place in Buenos Aires.
I decided to continue my studies and I graduated in Political Science as well.
I did an internship at Ketchum Argentina in the area of political consulting.
I graduated with honors from UCA in International Relations.
During my studies I did an internship at the Consejo Argentino para las Relaciones Internacionales, an Argentinian think tank.
During my studies at UCA, I decided to go on an exchange semester to Lund University, in Sweden. It was here where I started studying environmental governance and policy.
At my second year of university, I decided to participate in a research study taking place in the south of Argentina organized by the Programa de Investigación Geográfico Político Patagónico (PIGPP)
When I was 19 years old, I moved back to my home country, this time, to the capital city. I started university here at Universidad Católica Argentina (UCA).
While living in Mexico, I decided to join the NGO Comunidad y Biodiversidad (COBI), which aim was to protect Mexican seas.
During my last year of high school, I went on an exchange semester to Bath, in the UK.
When I was 10 years old, my family and me moved to Mexico City, where I lived for nine years.
I was born in Córdoba Argentina.