Carolina is currently a Research Assistant working on the EU Horizon 2020 funded EQUALS-EU project, which seeks to tackle the gender digital divide through a grass-roots and action-orientated programme. In her role, Carolina primarily manages the coordination of the EQUALS-EU Innovation Camp set to take place in Geneva in April 2022 on “Feminism and Women’s Leadership in International Law and Policy.”
Carolina is currently completing the second year of her Masters in International Affairs at the Graduate Institute. She joined the Institute after interning in Global Communications with the Estée Lauder Companies, following her Bachelor of Arts in History and English Language and Literature at Pembroke College, University of Oxford. Notably, she has recently been published on the Allegra Lab (Anthropology for Radical Optimism), and was awarded a prestigious Laidlaw Scholarship in 2019 through which she investigated whether (and the ways in which) memorials may serve as socially reparative tools for healing historic racial traumas.