Currently, I am serving as Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano (Colombia).
I was born in Bogota, Colombia in 1982 and trained in law at the Javeriana University. I obtained an MSc in Regulation from the London School of Economics and then a DPhil (PhD) in Politics from the University of Oxford.
For over a decade, I have been leading a number of public and academic debates in my country on both water security and circular economy issues (see publications and interviews).
I have taught courses in regulatory subjects in three different countries (United Kingdom, Colombia and El Salvador), including the innovative Centre for Transnational Legal Studies in London (founded and led by Georgetown University).
From 2016 to 2018, I was Superintendent of Water Supply and Sanitation at the Superintendency of Public Utilities (SSPD), where I led a team of socially-minded women and men to tackle some of Colombia’s most complex and pressing challenges regarding these issues.