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An urban architect with a postgraduate in Territorial Studies, Social Policies, Urban Mobility, Housing and Urban Management (Barcelona, ​​2008). Executive Leadership Program in Early Childhood (Harvard, 2017 and 2018) and guidance of the City and Child workgroup.

She worked in the municipalities of Barcelona and São Paulo - Brazil, in the Favelas Urbanization Program winner of the Scroll of Honor prize (UN-Habitat, 2012).

Independent urban planning consultant (Bloomberg Philanthropies, World Bank, among others) and specialist in projects and pedagogy applied to urban issues, with emphasis on work with children and young people.

She is currently an external consultant to develop the Urban95 strategy of the Bernard van Leer Foundation in Latin America (Care for early childhood development in urban planning and management).

Founder and director of the OCARA Network, Latin American network of experiences and projects on cities, art, architecture and public space in which children participate. Through the network amplifies experiences, articulates projects and organizes workshops and talks.


The seminar will address the relationship between urban space and early childhood.

Expositive part:
- Concepts of neuroscience, the relationship of childhood with the city and its impact on integral health
- Problems of vulnerable urban areas
- Presentation of the Urban95 program

- How we include in urban public policies the needs of pregnant women and children from 0 to 3 years old (95cm is the average height of a healthy 3-year-old child). Examples in several cities and winners of the Urban95 Challenge International Challenge


Dynamic part:
- We will think and prioritize actions on the subject, using simple activities of Design Thinking in groups.

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