PhD in bioethics and Law with more than 18 years of experience doing research and providing policy advice particularly on human rights, science, bioethics, future generations, gender equality and education.
Currently in charge of the social and human sciences program for Latin America and the Caribbean of UNESCO, leading the strategy of the implementation of UNESCO Recommendation on the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence and doing research and policy advice to countries. Involved in the main discussions on ethics, gender, human rights, technologies, neuro-rights, and education.
Previously she worked as Deputy Director of Human Rights at the Supreme Court of Justice of Mendoza.
She was a consultant for GATE, where she produced important papers on trans children.
Strong experience in international organizations (UNESCO, UNWOMEN, ILO, OHCHR) with a global vision and good knowledge of the different agencies of the system.
Strong defender of gender issues and human rights, with a progressive vision, and a constant concern for the rights of minorities, which, among other things, resulted in 4 published books and more than 150 papers in different books and journals.
Member of the National Committee of Ethics in Science and Technologies of Argentina. Judge in the International Monsanto Tribunal, in The Hague, Netherlands and Signatory of the Yogyakarta Principles plus 10.