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Ph.D. in Anthropology with an emphasis in Science and Technology Studies, University of California, Davis, United States (2021)
M.A. in Cultural Studies, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada (2012)
Economist, National University of Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia (2009)


At the University of California, Davis, I was instructor of lab studies lab and teaching assistant for introductory courses in social anthropology, Animals, Plants, People, Changes in the Anthropocene, Politics and the Political in Latin America, Ethnographic Methods , and Drugs, Science and Culture. At Queen's University I was a teaching assistant for courses in global development studies. And at the National University I was a monitor of political economy.


My ethnographic research deals with climate change and marine biodiversity loss. More recently, I have worked on energy transition issues.


I have worked with different organizations on issues related to rural development with a territorial focus in Bajo Cauca, gold mining in Guainía, infrastructure for adaptation to climate change in Cartagena, and energy transitions in Latin America.


As park ranger at SFF Iguaque, at PNN Tayrona, at Kingston Latinx, at an urban ecological center in Milwaukee-USA, and in coral restoration at the Center for Research, Education, and Recreation (CEINER.)


Other interests

Apnea (free diving) and scuba diving. Reiki. Pacas digestoras. Minimalism. Permaculture. Animals. Zero waste.

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