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Ecuador: Reconfigurations under the shadow of insecurity

LACSI Ecuador Event Feb 27, 2024 - Flyer
Casa Amarilla (290 South Hull Street) & via Zoom
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A hybrid (in-person and online) discussion panel on the nature, impacts, and on-the-ground responses to the ongoing security crisis in urban, rural, and Indigenous Ecuador.



Executive Director of Fundación TANDEM and the Coordinator of the citizen-led initiative, Quito Cómo Vamos. She was a Council Member at Quito’s City Townhall for 2014-2019 and the Vice-Mayor of Quito between 2014 and 2016. She teaches at the School of Political Sciences and International Relations at the Universidad de las Américas. She obtained a college degree in Law, an M.A. in Public Administration, and is a former Fulbright Fellow. Her work and research focus on gender legislation advocacy, sustainable mobility, and urban public policy.    


PhD Candidate in Anthropology at the University of Georgia. Her dissertation research focuses on the social and political aspects of Indigenous-led rainforest conservation in the Ecuadorian Amazon, where she recently conducted 12 months of fieldwork. She received her Master’s degree in Hispanic Literatures and Cultures from the University of Arizona. Her research has been funded by the Fulbright Fellowship Program and the National Science Foundation.

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