Maria Francisca Paz y Miño

Maria Francisca Paz y Miño is a graduate student pursuing an M.S. in Environmental and Sustainability Management and a Fellow at the Zolberg Institute on . She is a native Ecuadorian living in New York City and a M.S candidate in the Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management program at The New School. She previously worked for the Foundation as their international political analyst. In this role, she had the opportunity to work with dissidents from North Korea, China, Venezuela and Russia. As an activist, researcher and political advisor to several organizations, her expertise is in international economic planning, project management, and technology strategies to strengthen democracy. Her capstone focuses on migration and climate change in Latin America. She is also part of , where she will be writing more about migration trends in the Americas.

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