As the Administrative Associate, Estefanía provides support to the Methodology and Practice Department. She received her BA in Spanish with a concentration in Peace, Justice, and Human Rights in 2016 from Haverford College. Her work as an intern in the Documentation Center of the Museum of Memory and Human Rights in Chile played a large role in centering her studies on the relationships between identity, memory, and state violence.
Following her undergraduate studies, Estefanía has worked in a variety of administrative support roles in both nonprofit and for-profit sectors. She has voluntarily served on the Board of Editors for Clepsidra – Interdisciplinary Journal of Memory Studies and the Board of Directors of the South Mountain Conservancy’s Wildflower Sculpture Park. During her free time, Estefanía enjoys hiking, native gardening, and learning new languages. She is excited to bring her administrative support experience and commitment to the aegis of memory/memories in the context of human rights and social justice to the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience.