Communicator, university lecturer, activist and researcher, specializing in matters related to diversity, interculturality, gender and non-discrimination. She has a degree in Communications from the University of San Martín de Porres, a Master’s in Latin and Caribbean Studies, a Master’s in Liberal Arts from the University of South Florida and took a diploma in Afro-Latin American Studies from the Afro-Latin American Research Institute at the Hutchins Center, University of Harvard. Throughout her career, she has been a public servant and an independent consultant specializing in matters related to ethnic-cultural diversity, racial discrimination, intersectionality, inclusion and gender equality; and in the elaboration of communication strategies with an intercultural focus. Her work has been published in Peru, Spain and the United States. She is on the board of the Makungu development organization, which works towards the recognition and re-evaluation of Afro-Peruvian identity and culture, with an emphasis on education.
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