Camila studied International Relations at the National Autonomous University of Mexico and has a research master’s degree in Urban and Economic Geography from Utrecht University in the Netherlands. She researched Mexico City’s urban mobility, focusing on the informal transport sector, at both the National Institute of Ecology and Climate Change and the University of Utrecht. She also collaborated with the Dutch Cycling Embassy structuring the International City Cycling Assessment. She worked for Mexico City’s government coordinating and implementing green infrastructure and energy transition projects.
She is currently part of the staff at the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy and the Inter-American Development Bank, for the program Ideamos. She also works as an independent consultant for climate change, green infrastructure, and urban mobility projects. Camila walks or rides her bike Cata-lina everywhere she goes and likes to think of developing feminist and sustainable cities.