Ileana has a degree in communication sciences from the University of the Republic, in Uruguay. She had worked as a communicator for cultural and social organizations and also in the private sector. Since 2014, she’s been a member of the Uruguayan chapter of Creative Commons and of various initiatives related to free culture and open knowledge. She joined the Derechos Digitales team in January 2022.
Some of the work undertaken by Derechos Digitales includes the technical paper, “Towards a feminist framework for AI development: from principles to practice,”“Fundamental rights in the new constitution for the digital era: Citizens’ perceptions,” “Budapest Convention on Cybercrime in Latin America: A brief analysis of adherence and implementation in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico,” all of which are available online.