I have worked in communication and project management related to science for more than a decade now, most of which I developed at the world’s largest laboratory, CERN. I have led teams and projects of diverse scope, from developing the first communication plan for one of the largest scientific collaborations in the world, to producing larger conferences such as TEDxCERN.
While working towards bridging the gap between scientific and technological development to public knowledge, I grew interested in learning how these advances could be put to use for the social good. Hence, why I decided to be part of the first cohort in Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School in UK, conducting a research on collaborative methodologies for social innovation labs.
Additionally, I am trained and have worked extensively as a photographer, including publishing two award-winning photo books on particle physics, Exploring the mystery of Matter and Hunting the Higgs, and capturing light still my favorite form of expression.
IPPOG Scientific Secretary and Community Manager / CERN Global Engagement Officer