Martina serves as Regional Engagement Manager for LATAM at C40 Cities Finance Facility (CFF). She was previously the City Adviser for Buenos Aires, Argentina, as part of C40 Climate Action Planning Programme, where she successfully delivered a Paris Agreement compatible Climate Action Plan for the city.
Prior to joining C40, Martina was Deputy Chief Resilience Officer at the Buenos Aires City Government, where she coordinated and managed the development of the first Resilience Strategy for the city. Martina also worked at a national level, as Coordinator for International Organisations at the Secretariat of Civil Protection, Emergencies and Catastrophes of the Argentinian National Government, where she was responsible for managing internationally funded projects related with disaster risk reduction to implement in Argentina affected regions.
During her master’s studies in London, she developed a humanitarian consultancy project in Ethiopia. She holds a Degree in International Studies by Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (Buenos Aires) and a MSc in International Development and Humanitarian Emergencies from the London School of Economics and Political Science, where she attended as a Chevening Scholar awarded by the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office.