As part of the Research, Data and Learning team, Catalina supports capacity development-related projects, including global and regional training courses and online offerings, knowledge hubs and the alumni engagement strategy.
Catalina has five years of experience in research, project management and capacity development within the political science department at the University of Buenos Aires and Poder Ciudadano Foundation, an NGO focused on promoting citizen participation. Previously, she wrote news stories at La Nación, one of Argentina’s most widely read newspapers, and led two opinion columns at Radio Rivadavia and Radio Touché 89.1.
She has eight years of experience teaching at the school and university levels. In 2019, she volunteered at the Latin American Women’s Rights Service in London, facilitating empowerment and capacity building workshops targeted at migrant women victims of gender violence.
Catalina holds a B.A. in political science (University of Buenos Aires), an M.A. in journalism (University Torcuato Di Tella), and an M.A. in power, participation and social change (University of Sussex - Institute of Development Studies).