I'm a nomad and a feminist. I’m intrigued by and drawn to difference and diversity and constantly try to challenge worldviews, methods and assumptions geared towards systemic uniformity. My research focuses on (embodied) gendered knowledge-practices in international development and in science. In my PhD at Wageningen University, I explore productive tensions derived from concerns about the instrumentalization of women in development and how these tensions can derive in multi-scalar transformations in the CGIAR—a global consortium for agricultural research. In GEOS, I’m co-leading a transdisciplinary art-science book project that advances ‘diversity’ as a theoretical-practical tool to re-imagine the technological and androcentric model of STEM in Latin America. I hold a BSc in International Relations & Political Economy from UDLAP, Mexico and an MSc in International Business & Emerging Markets from Edinburgh University, UK.
Chairgroup Knowledge, Technology
Wageningen University and Research