MA Media Studies, Concordia University
2022 – MA Latin American Cultural Studies (Estudios Culturales Latinoamericanos), Universidad Javeriana
2019 – BA Liberal Arts (Western Society & Culture), Concordia University
Natalia is an MA student in Media Studies at Concordia University in Tiohtia:ke/Montreal. Her thesis explores the use of social media platforms by Colombians to monitor and give visibility to police brutality/state violence and missing person cases in the context of the 2021 social protests (paro nacional).
She holds master’s degree in Latin American Cultural Studies from Universidad Javeriana (Colombia) and a BA in Liberal Arts from Concordia University. Her previous thesis analyzed the content produced by wellness and lifestyle influencers and focused on the role of guilt in the production of productive and self-surveillant subjectivities.
She also has experience working as a freelance social media specialist and Spanish translator.