Cristina Margarita Carbonell Betancourt is an interdisciplinary researcher and activist with international working experience in the public, private and third sector. She holds degrees in Law, Public Management and State Sciences. Currently she’s working on a doctoral dissertation at the intersection of the processes generated by climate destabilization and their implications for Venezuela’s recovery after the Revolution. She further works with women and children survivors of domestic violence. The experiences gained across disciplines and regions continuously provide her with outstanding networking skills and an increasing sensitivity for cultural and gender issues. A resourceful and proactive nature makes her enjoy finding solutions to the problems she’s presented with. Moreover, life’s experiences have made her keen on learning about herself and the world around her. She’s an earthling from Venezuela and thinks of herself as a cool nerd who’s forever curious, and also as the founder of the imaginary city of Camburí.
Updated May 2022
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