Hello! I'm a purpose-driven and solutions-oriented idealist and doer from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Driven by curiosity, compassion, and multi-cultural experiences, I design and run campaigns and programs that connect communities, leverage technology, and amplify stories to foster positive change.
I've produced global multimedia and experiential campaigns, including documentary film, digital campaigns, film competitions, grant program, and diversity storytelling scholarship in collaboration with fantastic partners, including: clean drinking water in Malawi, human trafficking in India, and sexual assault prevention, architectural solutions, and environmental disaster in the US.
I've lent my thought-leadership and craft in the political and social advocacy space for immigrants and other minorities since moving to the US. Serving on FWD's Innovation Council, I provide strategic recommendations for partnerships and community engagement. I've had the honor of speaking publicly on panels and with the news media about these issues. I consult with companies like the 3% Movement, am a contributing writer for #LatinaGeeks, and have started two initiatives: the 617 Forum, an online community hosted on Facebook groups that also meets offline to engage in dialogue and action towards positive social change, and Poderosas! Conference, designed to bring together Latinx women in the Bay Area.
What drives me? The power of media and grassroots organizing to engage communities in dialogues of equality, equity, and development, and - most importantly - turning those dialogues into sustainable practices and positive impact.