Agustina Ordoñez (she/her)
Agustina Ordoñez is Chief of Advisors to a Deputy in the National Congress in Argentina and coordinates the Gender and Public Policy Forum at Yale University. In 2022, she was selected to participate in the Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute, where she spoke on internet legislation for the Americas. That same year she was selected as a Woman Leader to participate in the Leadership Journey of the NGO Vital Voices Partnership in the United States. She also worked as a press consultant for the C40 Summit in the City of Buenos Aires. In 2021-22, she was a Fox International Fellow at Yale University and a Visiting Fellow at the Internet Society Project at Yale Law School. He has an M.A. (c) in Journalism and a B.A. in Political Science. It studies the legislation of social networks, focusing mainly on four axes: privacy, algorithm, freedom of expression, and advertising. Agustina was a speaker at the ‘Internet Governance Forum 2021’ organized by the United Nations in Katowice, Poland, where she spoke about the Argentine case in the legislation of social media platforms. As a journalist, Agustina has written articles about social networks and social inequality, gender equality, and politics for different newspapers in Latin America. In addition, Agustina worked at the Conference on Disarmament at the United Nations in Geneva, advocating for a world without weapons and peace. From 2018 to 2021, she was Chief of Advisors to a Deputy in the National Congress in Argentina. In 2019, Agustina was selected from among 300 candidates as Woman Leader of the Southern Cone by the NGO Vital Voices Argentina (VVA). After that, she became a founding member of the Alumni Club, a network that promotes women’s leadership.