I studied agronomy and specialized in sustainable agriculture by working in research for various public and private entities. In parallel to my studies in agronomy, I worked in radio as host and producer of cultural programs.
I realized that if you do not work directly with people, it is almost impossible to promote change. In order to understand the social dynamics and promote endogenous sustainable development, I decided to study for a Masters in Environmental Socioeconomic, specializing in sustainable development practices. In addition to this, I took equality and inclusion for local development courses. My goals would be to promote the practice of sustainable development and biodiversity conservation through the empowerment of rural communities, providing equitable and inclusive spaces for the participation of these populations by building knowledge and supporting advocacy. Now, part of my goal is to combine my experience in communication for sustainable development with my expertise to achieve opportunities for the exchange of knowledge, advocacy and local empowerment.