Based in Santiago, Chile
As Technical Advisor in the Urban Mobility component of EUROCLIMA+ in Chile I coordinate and manage the development of the SUMP of Antofagasta and the NUMP of Chile. I hold a bachelor’s degree from the University of Chile and a master’s degree from The Bartlett University College London. Before joining the GIZ, I have worked at the Metropolitan Public Transport Board of Santiago, in urban planning and design consultancies, and as a lecturer at the Viña del Mar University.
I focus my professional career on sustainable urban mobility because of two reasons: first, I strongly believe that transport has an important impact on climate change, and we need to act now. Secondly, I think Latin America has a lot to show and receive in terms of sustainable mobility. There is a lot of creativity emerging from around the globe that can be optimized and reproduced through global cooperation.