Agustina Rodriguez Biasone

Program Coordinator for Development of Human Potential in the Ministry of Human Development and Habitat of the City of Buenos Aires, where she is in charge of executing strategies to address the social economy of the most vulnerable neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. Previously Advisor in the National Congress on issues related to criminal and youth law, and researcher for the Ministry of Security of the Nation on issues related to drug trafficking. Most recently, has been working on urbanization of settlements in Buenos Aires, and was part of the crisis committee of the Ministry of Human Development and Habitat of the City of Buenos Aires during the Covid pandemic.

Holds Law degree from National University of Mar del Plata; Master’s degree in Public Policy from Torcuato Di Tella University; and currently pursuing Master’s degree in Leadership and Political Analysis at CIAS University Institute.

Aims to continue building skills as a global leader, as well as consolidating a network with other professionals, where we can share approaches and common problems in each region, which is key in this area where global actions can improve local interventions, particularly those related to the environment.

Funded by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs under the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship.