Paulina is a former intern on the RMI Climate Finance Access Network (CFAN) team, supporting the training program aimed at increasing access to climate finance in SIDS and LDCs. In her role, Paulina helped develop modules to be incorporated into the training program and delivered to CFAN advisors.
Currently, Paulina is a graduate student at Yale University’s Jackson School of Global Affairs, where she studies the nexus of international development and climate change. Prior to graduate school, Paulina lived in Ecuador for almost four years, first as a Peace Corps volunteer teaching English at a public high school in the Amazon and later as an environmental specialist for a company conducting monitoring and compliance for USAID-funded food security projects. She is passionate about supporting countries to design development projects that promote economic growth and environmental sustainability.
- MPP, Global Affairs, Yale University Jackson School of Global Affairs
- BA, International Relations, Boston University