I am a French geographer who has lived in Mexico City for half part of my life, as an urban studies researcher and open data and civic technology activist through OpenStreetMap and other citizen science projects focused on urban mobility, gender, and community building like Geochicas. I have participated in various open governance programs at the university, at the World Resources Institute, and in two federal scientific institutions in Mexico (CONACyT and INEGI). I am involved as much as my time allows in diversity and inclusion activities within OSM. I have been a project manager for HOT in Latin America since 2021 and am now the Senior Manager of Community Programs for Latin America.
¿Cómo mejorar la preparación y la capacidad de respuesta de las comunidades ante los desastres en América Latina y el Caribe con datos geoespaciales creados de manera participativa?
HOT, en colaboración con el Fondo Mundial para la Reducción y Recuperación de Desastres (Global Fund for Disaster Reduction and Recovery) y la Fundación SwissRE, se enorgullece de anunciar el proyecto Ciudades Abiertas América Latina y el Caribe.
How can we improve community disaster preparedness and response capacities with crowdsourced spatial data in Latin America and the Caribbean?
HOT, in collaboration with the Global Fund for Disaster Reduction and Recovery and SwissRE Foundation, is proud to announce the Open Cities Latin America and the Caribbean project.
Why and How: Challenging Sexism and Misogyny in the Open Mapping Ecosystem
In honor of the 2021 International Women’s Day and Women History Month, the HOT Community Working Group (WG) organized two webinars: #ChooseToChallenge: Sexism and...
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