Natalia holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the Universidad de Los Andes (Colombia) with a minor in Philosophy, and a minor in Gender and Sexuality Studies. Her main research interests include topics on climate and environmental justice; gender and feminism; Human Rights; and social policy. Natalia continuously seeks opportunities to engage in participatory, transformative, and transdisciplinary research approaches for the co-creation of just and sustainable futures. Before joining Dejusticia, she worked as a consultant on gender and climate change policies at Transforma.
At Dejusticia, Natalia works as a researcher in the Environmental Justice Area.