(Buenos Aires, 1984) He studied Philosophy at the Universidad Católica Argentina, where he also obtained a postgraduate degree in Politics, Government and Administration. He holds a master’s degree in Public Policies from the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University.
He is the Regional Director for Latin America of the Varkey Foundation, an organization that celebrates and empowers the teaching profession worldwide. He worked at the Ministry of Education of the city of Buenos Aires and at the National Social Security Administration.
He led the Education Policy sector of Fundación Contemporánea and was executive director of FormarHub in the United States. He is also a founding member of the Latin American Coalition for Excellence in Teaching, a group that brings together experts from the region to design reforms to the teaching profession.
He writes frequently for the main media in the country and Latin America. Editorial Planeta has recently published Tareas Pendientes, a book of interviews with 31 former Ministers of Education from around the world. He is annually summoned as a juror for organizations that work to recognize teachers in the region.
He is a visiting scholar at Universidad Austral, has lectured at several universities and is a member of the alumni board of the McCourt School at Georgetown University. He is married to Inés, with whom he has three children.