Carolina was the Richard and Susan Hayden Academy Fellow at Chatham House, hosted by the US and the Americas Programme, in 2021. After completing her fellowship, she took up the position of senior policy and governance specialist at Oxford Information Labs. Carolina specializes in internet and technology policy with a focus on regional perspectives from the Global South.
Prior to joining Chatham House, Carolina worked in the internet and media industry, including the Regional Internet Registry for Latin America and the Caribbean (LACNIC) and Argentina’s first fact-checking organization, Chequeado. At LACNIC she coordinated a range of initiatives aimed at promoting internet freedom, stability and access in Latin America and the Caribbean. At Chequeado, she worked on forging partnerships to fight misinformation and innovate in how readers interact with news through the use of technology.
Carolina holds a BA in Political Science and Sociology from Middlebury College in the US, and an MA in International Development from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Switzerland.
|2015-2020||Coordinator of Development Projects, LACNIC, Uruguay|
|2013-2015||Institutional Development Coordinator, Chequeado, Argentina|
|2012-2013||International Affairs Coordinator, Agricultural Foundation for the Development of Argentina, Argentina|
|2010-2012||MA in Development Studies, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Switzerland|
|2008-2009||Legal Assistant, Drohan Lee LLP, US|
|2004-2008||BA in Political Science and Sociology, Middlebury College, US|