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I hold a master on Scientific, Medical and Environmental Communication by the Universitat Pompeu Fabra-BSM (2021) and a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Biology specialized in Animal Biology by the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (2020). I joined CREAF’s communication team in September 2021 as part of the RitmeNatura and AlertaForestal citizen science’s projects. I also collaborate in the maintenance of the social networks of uBMS and mBMS and sometimes I post news on the centre’s blog.

I have always had the desire to do my bit to improve our planet, driven by a strong sense of attachment to the river Ebre area, its natural spaces and its people. I am a science communicator because I like to transmit knowledge, especially through social networks, and because I believe that we must communicate in order to conserve. Only with the power of a well-done dissemination we will achieve the added value that will lead us to an effective conservation of our biodiversity.

Driven by these concerns, in early 2020 I created the BioPorts transmedia project. A personal initiative that publicises the biodiversity of the Port massif (Tortosa, Catalonia) through the networks and which has had considerable media coverage at a territorial level. After receiving an excellent evaluation from the scientific juries of the UAB and the UPF-BSM as an academic work, I had the opportunity to present it as a paper at the prestigious VIII Congress of Social Communication of Science.

Beyond the professional field, my main hobbies are sports, especially football, and talk nineteen to the dozen.