Guillermo Correa

Executive Director
He graduated with honours in Political Science with a specialization in International Relations at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA, 2003). He also holds a Master in International Relations (UBA, thesis in progress).
Guillermo has been a member of the network of global alliances CIVICUS since 2011. In 2014, he was elected to join AGNA (Affinity Group of National Associations) to represent Latin America. In 2016 he was elected to be a member of the Executive Directorate at CIVICUS. He is a promoter of the Civil Society Innovation Initiative (CSII) in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Swedish Agency for International Development (SIDA).

Juliana Catania

Deputy Director
She graduated with honors in Sociology at the University of Buenos Aires (2007) and attended a Master in Public Policy and Management of the Development at the UNSAM/ Georgetown (2012, thesis in progress). As an intern at the Carolina Foundation, she completed a Master in Immigration Management at Pompeu Fabra University at Barcelona, Spain (2012). In addition, she obtained a diploma in Evaluation of Projects of International Cooperation and Development at UNSAM (2014) and completed a Master in International Cooperation for the Development: Policy, Management and Instruments, at the Complutense University of Madrid, Spain (2016).

Mariana Agnolin

Institutional Development and Projects Director

Passionate about cooperation and international relations, Mariana has specialized in the management of projects and development programs in multicultural areas. She holds a Master’s degree in Public Policy from the Torcuato di Tella University. She has worked as a Project Officer at the British Embassy (2003-2009) and as a Project Manager at the British Council (2009-2013), leading dozens of local and regional projects in areas such as education, art, climate change, governance, transparency, security, among others. She was also Business Development Manager at the Australian Trade Commission in Argentina based at the Australian Embassy (2013-2015). She was a teacher at the Universidad del Salvador and Director of Regional Affairs and Regional Coordinator of the National Direction for International Cooperation of the Ministry of National Security (2015-2020).

Angie Cervantes

Administration & Finance
Angie has a degree in Business Administration from the Universidad del Norte in Colombia, and has specialized in International Cooperation for Development in the Universidad San Buenaventura (Colombia) in agreement with the University of Pavía (Italy), where she obtained an academic scholarship. During the last 10 years she has developed professionally in the field of non-profit organizations, technically and financially coordinating International cooperation projects at local and regional level, implementing projects in various topics, including: education, mental health and tourism sustainable urban.

Luana Esquenazi

Research Area Director

She has worked as a teacher and researcher at University of Buenos Aires since an undergraduate in 2003. She has contributed in several researches on topics such as violence, education and ethics. She graduated with honors in Sociology at the University of Buenos Aires in 2007. She has wide experience in academic public speaking (talks and presentations), academic writing (publications, papers) and academic coordination. She has also worked as a freelance investigator assistant for several ONG’s. She is attending a Master in International Relationships (since 2016) at University of Buenos Aires Law School. She is currently teaching at University of Buenos Aires, and working on a research project for the National University of Lanús.

María José Calvo

Projects Coordinator

María José has a degree in International Relations from the Catholic University of Córdoba and is currently a student of the Master’s Degree in International Cooperation at the National University of San Martín. Previously, she worked as Program Coordinator in the Area of Cooperation and International Relations of the ProCórdoba Agency of the Government of the Province of Córdoba (2015-2018) and as Advisor on International Cooperation for the Undersecretary of International and Institutional Relations of the City of Buenos Aires (2018-2020), coordinating international cooperation projects on a variety of topics, including: sustainability, climate change, education, urban mobility, health. She has specialized in issues of Foreign Action and Cooperation within the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals and local development.

Victoria Rodríguez Costi

Membership Officer

Student of International Relations in the University of El Salvador. She worked as a volunteer in the Argentine Council on International Relations (CARI) in 2017, and also in RACI in 2018. She did an exchange in Tokyo, Japan, where she studied during one semester in Sophia University.

Olivia Huidobro

International Liaison and Communications

Olivia Huidobro has a bachelor’s degree in Social Studies (2018) and has specialized in History and Culture. She did an exchange program in Sciences Po Paris (2017), France, where she obtained the certificate in Social Sciences and Humanities. She has worked in Communications in the private sector and this is her first experience with Civil Society Organizations.

Diego Camaño Moretti

Institutional and Membership Assistant

Advanced student of Political Science at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) with an orientation in International Relations. He was a volunteer in RACI during 2019.

Azul Borisenko

Executive Assistant

Political Science student at the University of Buenos Aires. She participated as a volunteer in the institutional area of RACI in 2020 and took the online course “Writing for Social Justice” at the University of California, Berkeley.

Tomás Kiernan

Assistant in Projects and Research Area
He majored in Political Science at Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (2020), where he also acted as Research Assistant for the professors Freytes, C. and Lodola, G. During 2019, he took part in an academic exchange program at Science Po Paris, France -which lasted a semester- and volunteered in the Political Institutions Program at CIPPEC (Buenos Aires, Argentina).