Colombian social researcher who lives in Montreal, Canada, and holds a master’s degree in Communications from the University of Ottawa. She has led several research projects in the US, Canada and Colombia on public opinion, human rights, the use of ICTs by diaspora communities, and the transformation of communication processes in urban communities. Four of these projects have been published by Colombian editorials. Her last publication is Arango, C. (2018). Floating Narratives: transnational families and digital storytelling. In: Barbosa Neves, B. & Casimiro, C. Ed. Connecting Families? Information & Communication Technologies, Generations, and the life course. Policy Press.