General Manager & Latin America Lead
Natalia is an organizational psychologist and strategist focused on merging innovation, entrepreneurship, and community impact. She focuses on creating connected communities and vibrant ecosystems, most recently by leading the expansion of the Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) to Miami, seeking to deepen and nuance the conversation about entrepreneurship, accelerate Miami’s economic development, and build tangible bridges to innovation hubs and Latin America. Prior to that, she worked as one of six product strategists for a $4B human resources software company. She has founded or co-founded several local initiatives, including the Awesome Foundation, Aminta Ventures, LocalTAU, and she serves on the Governor’s Commission on Community Service, a body that oversees the administration of $32 million in federal, state, and local funding to deliver high-impact educational and volunteer programs in the state of Florida. She holds a B.A. in Psychology and Government from Harvard University and an M.A. in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University.