Celia holds a Master's degree in Development Studies from the University of East Anglia in the UK and has been actively working in sustainable and inclusive development since 2003. Her experience includes working with international organizations in Afghanistan, Myanmar and Timor-Leste, and with NGOs and various Ministries in Peru, always driving to build connections among different sectors and developing capacities of organisations on the ground. She has worked in different areas including education, communities affected by armed conflicts, social policy, inclusive development for people with disabilities, child rights, and she has also volunteered in projects in safe labour women migration and sustainable livelihoods for women. She is passionate and committed in contributing to a more inclusive society and safe environment.
Celia is also an enthusiastic traveller and has lived in India, Nepal and the UK before settling in Peru this year. She thoroughly enjoys meeting people from various countries and cultures, and in her spare time she loves listening to music and walking in green areas.