Marina Luna (she/her) holds a Bachelor of International Affairs from the University of São Paulo. She pursued an MPP at the Hertie School, specialising in policy and data analysis. During her master's studies, she consulted for the World Bank on migration issues. Prior to the Hertie School, she worked as a Policy Advisor on migration, human rights and diversity issues at the municipality of São Paulo. Her previous professional experience also includes working at the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights, as well consulting for non-profit organisations and think tanks, where she focused on advocacy and research on issues such as migration and public health. Marina is open to career opportunities in human rights, migration governance and social policy.
Master's thesis title
Finding home away from home: The effects of migratory status on Venezuelans’ housing access in Latin America