Ingrid Picasso Cerdà BITSS CatalystSocial Anthropology
Ingrid is a Social Anthropologist and has a Masters in International Development Cooperation. She has collaborated on research projects from diverse topics such as rural development, international migration, indigenous bilingual intercultural education, peace-building and popular economy; all of which articulate her personal interest in development studies. Since 2015, she has been working in civil society organizations that advocate for the improvement of public policies in Mexico and Colombia, collaborating with academics, specifically in International Development Cooperation studies. Currently, she is interested in promoting research transparency, reproducibility, and openness among civil society organizations to strengthen their advocacy capacities.