Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at International Labour Organization and University College Dublin
I am currently a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at International Labour Organization and University College Dublin and Esade's Institute for Social Innovation collaborator. The desire to influence the positive role of business in society and understand sustainability challenges are central to my academic curriculum. My research focuses on the role, responsibilities and accountability of multinational corporations (MNCs) within multi-stakeholder initiatives (MSIs) and aims to provide actionable insights to frame and tackle sustainability issues – often referred to as grand challenges.
My academic work benefits from my transdisciplinary academic and multi-sectoral professional background. I have worked in International Organizations (World Bank, United Nation’s International Labor Organization), Non-Governmental Organizations (Oxfam) and International Consultancies and obtained a MSc in Development Management from the London School of Economics, a MSc Research Management from ESADE, a Postgraduate in African Societies from University Pompeu Fabra, and a MSc in Management and a BSc Sociology from the University of Mainz.