I’m a curious person with an adventurous spirit
I have already visited more than 300 cities and lived in 5 different countries. This experience made me feel more interested to study trends in urban environments and research how innovation and technologies are put at the service of people to make cities smarter and also more humane.
I am the founder of Trend Smart Cities, a consulting agency on smart cities for companies, the public sector and multilateral organizations. I am the Director of the Diploma Program in Smart Cities of the School of Government, Politics and International Affairs at Universidad Austral (Argentina). I am the Coordinator at the Laboratory of Innovation and Artificial Intelligence of Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA).
I have given lectures about topics of my expertise in England (Oxford University), France (Université stand out. Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), Italy, Austria, Argentina, Uruguay, Colombia, Mexico, Brazil, Costa Rica, Peru, El Salvador and Ecuador.
I studied Law at Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina and I did an MBA in Business and Big Data with a double degree at George Washington University, United States and ADEN International Business School.
I started my career in the private sector, then I moved to the public sector to work in the Executive and Judicial Branches of the City of Buenos Aires as well as in the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (OAS). My main focus there was on initiatives related to digitization, data, innovation and modernization of these institutions.
In 2020 I was chosen as one of the 50 female leaders of the Southern Cone by Voces Vitales; a local representation of Vital Voices Global Partnership, an organization created in 1997 in the United States at the initiative of Hillary Clinton.
These experiences gave me the chance of getting a good background knowledge for a global approach to the main urban trends.
I love challenges and that is why I am constantly involved in new trainings and participating in a variety of events.