After obtaining an undergraduate degree in business, due to her interests in applied econometrics and data analysis, Antonia decided to pursue a master’s degree in Economics at Universidad de San Andres, Argentina. In line with her desire to become an academic economist, she is currently a graduate student, research assistant, and teaching assistant at the economics department at Universidad de San Andres. Her research interests are focused on the intersection between public economics and development, mainly using tools from applied economics. As a research assistant, she helped with the revision and improvement of working papers related to crime in developing countries. She has also worked in several projects, most of them related to the design and estimation of impact evaluations for projects in different Latin American countries.