He was Secretary of Culture and Creativity at the Ministry of Culture of Argentina, Undersecretary of Creative Economy and Director of the Metropolitan Design Center in the Government of the City of Buenos Aires. He is a specialist in cultural policies and promotion of cultural and creative industries. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in International Studies, a Master's Degree in Public Administration and Policies (thesis in progress) and a Master's Degree in Content Management. Content Management. She is a regular contributor to topics related to creative cities and other publications and events related to the creative economy.
Buenos Aires, officially Ciudad de Buenos Aires or Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, is the capital and most populated city of the Argentine Republic. This metropolis is an autonomous city that constitutes one of the 24 districts, or "jurisdictions of the first order", that make up the country. The culture of the city of Buenos Aires shares many characteristics with the culture of the Río de la Plata area. Not only do they share idiomatic characteristics, but they also share the very diverse roots that formed the culture of the region. The diversity is due to the large number of immigrants that arrived in the region during the 19th and 20th centuries, which turned Buenos Aires into a cultural melting pot.