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Articles by Cristina Martinez Pinto

Cristina Martinez Pinto

Cristina Martinez Pinto is a second-year MPP student focusing on technology policy, civic engagement and social innovation. Originally from Guadalajara, Mexico, she earned a B.A. in International Relations and has experience working in the public sector. At Georgetown, she is a member of the Latin American Policy Association (LAPA) and the Graduate Association of Mexican Students (GUGAMS) and works as a Graduate Assistant for McCourt’s Massive Data Institute and the Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation joint initiative Data for Social Good.

Unleashing Innovation in Latin America

Latin America is a region of untapped potential. Among the many factors transforming its configuration, rapid technology adoption and 163 million citizens—ages 15 to 29— are a promising combination for inclusive growth and development. On November 4, in a timely effort to discuss regional prospects and learn from the impact of innovations in the private,…