I explore tech geopolitics, antitrust, and the influence of funding on research and advocacy. My research focuses on examining how various actors exert their power to reconfigure information flows and impact the creation of knowledge. Specifically, I investigate the behavior of stakeholders involved in internet governance processes, including governments, private companies, civil society, and academic institutions.
I am one of the co-founders of the non-aligned tech movement and an active member of the Tierra Común network of researchers. From 2017 to 2020, I served as a Senior Policy Fellow at the Web Foundation, where I managed research projects exploring the government and corporate utilization of algorithms. Additionally, I provided support for advocacy efforts promoting an open web, as envisioned by the organization's founders. During the period of 2019 to 2022, I worked as an associate at JustLabs, offering guidance to organizations aiming to shape the societal impacts of emerging technologies on human rights.
Prior to relocating to the United States, I led and executed research and advocacy initiatives at various non-profit organizations in Argentina and Mexico. I hold a law degree from the Di Tella Law School in Buenos Aires, and I also completed Master's degrees in Public Policy and Social Science of the Internet at the University of Oxford. Currently, I am pursuing a PhD in Communication at Annenberg USC.