After finishing BAs in sociology in Buenos Aires University, I worked as a secretary and curriculum developer in a middle school. Three years after, I decided I wanted to try something different and moved back to the place where I was born and got my masters in Applied Sociology in 2020 at Northern Arizona University. As a sociologist, my main interests are related to immigration issues, social justice and Latin American studies.
During most part of my career I volunteered in different organizations and enjoyed working with young adults in vulnerable situations. As part of my master 's thesis, I volunteered two years at NAILS (Northern Arizona Immigration Legal Services) and I found out how much I enjoyed working at NGOs and other organizations. Also as part of my TA positions in both institutions (NAU and CSU), I discovered how much I like teaching and working with students.
To see more about it, please visit my teaching philosophy.
As you can see in the photos, in my free time I enjoy spending as much time outdoors as I can, hiking, biking, doing yoga or just enjoying a nice landscape. Flagstaff and Fort Collins are two amazing sunny places to enjoy almost every day outside, even under the snow!
I also like to travel, discover new places, cultures, take pictures and read novels.