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Micaela Sánchez Malcolm

Micaela Sánchez Malcolm

Secretary of Public Innovation, Cabinet Headquarters of Ministers, Presidency of the Nation, Argentina

Micaela Sánchez Malcolm is Secretary of Public Innovation at the Chief of Cabinet of Minister’s Office. Argentina.

Ms Sánchez Malcolm previously coordinated the postgraduate courses, “ICT: Internet, policies and society” at the National University of Tres de Febrero and “Digital platforms and interconnected society” at the National University of Avellaneda. She also directed the Workshop on Digital and Political Communication Strategies of the Master’s Degree in Political and Institutional Communication of the Ortega y Gasset University Research Institute at the Complutense University of Madrid.  In addition, Ms Sánchez Malcolm coordinated the “Digital Society: public policies and ICT transformations” Undergraduate Course at the University of Buenos Aires.

Ms Sánchez Malcolm has also been in charge of the project on digital signature and digital management of judicial files in the Secretariat of Innovation of the Council of the Magistracy of the City of Buenos Aires, where she also directed the training team of the General Directorate of Informatics and Technology.

In the private sector, Ms Sánchez Malcolm was in charge of the Communication and Development area of the i-ciudad Public Policy Institute and the Intercargo handling company.

Ms Sánchez Malcolm is a Researcher and Teacher.  She has a degree in Communication Sciences from the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) and  a postgraduate degree in Design and Evaluation of Public Policies from the Pompeu Fabra University.

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