Dedicated human rights professional experienced in coordinating and researching international projects relating to environmental issues, gender rights and social justice. Proven track record of field work across the Americas, Asia and Africa. Fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
January to June 2017
July 2014- February 2015
Project: “Seedling Production for HIV Control and Prevention through Food Security in KwaZulu-Natal.”
February to December 2013
January to May 2016
Study: “Environmental Human Rights Defenders: Assessing information in cross-country comparison in Latin America.”
July 2014 to February 2015
August 2013 to May 2016
Human Rights and Global Governance concentration
Thesis: “Uncovering Paraguay’s Standing Struggle: How can the paradox of national identity be explained in a country with divided social consciousness?”
Selected Coursework: International Environmental Governance, Children's Rights and Poverty, Designing Development, International human rights (“HR”) Law, HR Transitional Justice, Global Economics and Quantitative Methods.
January 206 to December 2010
Magna Cum Laude
Thesis: “International Business Franchising: The effects of weak business regulation in Paraguay”
Ten-week fellowship program in affiliation with the University of Seoul. Represented Paraguay as an international student ambassador and completed coursework on the reconciliation and peace process on the Korean peninsula.