I live in Buenos Aires, Argentina. I am proud to have ADHD and share my life journey with my incredibly supportive husband, Wens, and our four amazing neurodivergent sons (all of whom have ADHD and/or dyslexia).
I started my career as a Lawyer, with an LLM degree from Cornell University. I later became a social researcher and embraced critical studies. I completed my MS in Family Studies at Texas Women’s University. I am certified as a Family Life Educator & Therapist as well as a Life Coach. For the past 20 years, I have researched on the subject and worked with people with ADHD and their families.
I am currently pursuing my PhD in Neurodiversity Inclusion @ the Workplace at IAE Business School. My passion is to build awareness of both challenges and opportunities the workplace may present to adults with ADHD.
I also hope to assist ADDA’s Spanish speaking members all over the world to receive the education essential for the well-being of people with ADHD.