Carolina joined the Bank information Center in 2017 as an Environment Fellow. Before becoming BIC’s consultant for the Latin American program, she conducted research and policy analysis around the impacts of World Bank policy loans on territorial governance and environmental rights.
She is passionate about supporting civil society organizations in LAC countries to improve IFIs development outcomes in their countries and promote accountability, participation, and access to information. From her base in Argentina, she will be working with Latin American civil society organizations and local communities to democratize development decision-making in LAC countries.
She has significant experience in advocacy on transparency and accountability issues in Latin America, having served as Project Coordinator at the Foundation for the Development of Sustainable Policies (FUNDEPS), that works monitoring local governments and for social and environmental justice at the international financial institutions. She also worked as a research associate at a non-profit, Instituto Federal de Gobierno (IFG), where part of her work included monitoring and evaluation of both public policy and corporate social responsibility. She developed her research skills working for more than three years with a research group on political theory funded by the National Council of Scientific and Technological Research (CONICET).
Carolina received her Master of Science in Development Management from American University School of International Service and a holds a B.A. in Political Science from the Catholic University of Cordoba.