Daniela Flores | Digital Communications
Daniela is a native Spanish, fluent English writer, researcher, policy wonk and passionate about using digital communication to make a concrete impact.
With PSYDEH, she manages our social media presence, creates myriad organization messaging content, and designs and executes our strategy for building Mexican and global networks consuming our content. She also provides strategic counsel on proposals and other external-looking materials.
Before PSYDEH, Daniela recently graduated from Tecnológico de Monterrey where she earned her bachelor’s degree in International Relations. There, she studied in Mexico City and The Hague, the Netherlands, while working as a research assistant focused on social justice and international and national political issues and as an intern in the Mexican federal Foreign Affairs Office (SRE). Among her university awards was being selected as the winner of the Forgotten Crisis essay contest sponsored by Medicines Sans Frontiers with her piece, “Swaziland, the oblivion of a threatened population” published in the Mexican online blog Animal Político and in the electronic magazine Intersecciones. ([email protected])