Educational Background

March – August 2020: Visiting Student Research Collaborator at the Survey Research Center of Princeton University – New Jersey, USA. Master thesis: “Citizens perceptions of growing economic inequality in the United States”, under the direction of pf. Sonja Zmerli.

2019 – 2020: Master’s degree in qualitative and quantitative studies, medias, communication, marketing– PROGIS – School of Political Studies – IEP Grenoble, France

January 2018 – July 2018: Student at Instituto de Asuntos Públicos, Universidad de Chile, Santiago – Chile

2017 – 2019: Research Master’s degree in Latin American Studies – School of Political Studies – IEP Grenoble, France. Master thesis :  Decline of citizens’ support for democracy in Latin America and Democratic regressions, 2010-2018” under the direction of pf. Sonja Zmerli

September 2016 – February 2017: Erasmus exchange at Universidad Alfonso el Sabio, Madrid – Spain

August 2014 – May 2015: Academic Exchange student at Oglethorpe University, Atlanta – Georgia, USA

2014 – 2017: Degree in languages, literature, civilizations (Spanish major) – Catholic University of Lille, France

Methods Training

2021: RECSM Summer Methods School: Introduction to STATA/Regression analysis using Stata; ECPR Winter School: Comparative research design

2019: ECPR Summer School: Inferential statistics/Multiple regression Analysis: estimation, diagnostics and modeling using R


2022: European Research Centre (ERC), 15 years anniversary of European research hosted by ERC.

December 2021: Attended the Second World Inequality Conference, hosted by the Paris School of Economics

October 2019: Seminar in preparation of the IV academic Summit FAP ALC UE. Speaker for the roundtable “Políticas de género e integración de las mujeres en el medio académico

April 2018: III Academic Summit FAP ALC UE, Córdoba, Argentina, April 2018. Speaker for the roundtable “La reforma Universitaria de Córdoba de 1918 y su influencia en América latina y el mundo.” Presentation “A cien años de la Reforma Universitaria de 1918 y a cincuenta del Mayo Francés de 1968; una mirada actual”