Julieta Amado

Julieta is a lawyer and cultural manager. She studied law at the National University of La Plata and completed a postgraduate course in Cultural Project Design and a Master in Cultural Management at the University of Barcelona. Her passion is cultural and technological projects with a sustainable vision. In the last ten years, she has worked in various public organizations: CONICET, Ministry of the Interior, and Food Banks. Also for the Rapsodia Group (L.Catterton, LVMH, and G. Arnault), diagramming the area of Sustainability and Compliance for Latin America. Currently, she works as Project Manager of “Planeta no fungible,” which statistically evaluates the environmental and social impact of crypto art. She also works on “Fábricas de creación Barcelona” in a shared resources network creation.   

La Plata

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