Welcoming the 2021 Senior International Fellows

April 7, 2021

Row of country flags

2021 Senior International Fellows Program

April 12–May 7, 2021 

Meet and learn more below about the Fellows and their planned research topics. We are excited to work with this select group of scholar practitioners in the Center's virtual iteration of this year's Senior Fellows Program.

Analía BETTONI Montevideo, URUGUAY 
Instituto de Comunicación y Desarrollo (ICD) — Project Coordinator 
América Solidaria Uruguay — Board Member
Mesa Nacional de Diálogo sobre Voluntariado y Compromiso Social (National Table of Volunteerism) — Board Member 
Research focus: Community foundations in Uruguay: An opportunity for civil society sustainability? 

Mariana de Góes BORGES Brasilia, BRAZIL 
Fundação Assis Chateaubriand — Executive Superintendent 
FUNP-DF – Federação de Fundações Privadas do Distrito Federal — President 
Research focus: Impact business model: Reaching sustainability for nonprofits and community foundations in Brazil 

Fondazione Con Il Sud — Head of Institutional and International Partnerships 
Research focus: Supporting Southern Italian civil society organizations and community foundations in building alliances with the Italian Diaspora 

Paola Andrea CUBIDES Alvarez Bogotá, COLOMBIA; currently Mexico City, Mexico 
Azaí Consultores — Cofounder; Business Development Director & Social Impact Measurement Leader 
Innpactia (social impact start-up) — Cofounder; Board member 
Ñañaykuna Social Entrepreneurs Mentor (also: Civicus, Fledge Fund and Ventures Corporation)
Research focus: Identifying and building sustainable support for community foundations in Colombia 

Asociación Española de Fundaciones (AEF/Spanish Association of Foundations) — Director for International Relations and Community Foundations
Candid — Member of Board of Trustees
Donors and Foundations Networks in Europe (DAFNE) —former Chair (2009-2017) Research focus: Community foundation building: Identifying key capacities for the Spanish context 

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