Carina Lupica

Fellow

United States

Carina Lupica is a Fellow at Promundo. She is an independent consultant and researcher who has worked for nearly 20 years on gender inequality and diversity. She has published several reports and articles on gender issues in labor market,  poverty and social inequality, family care policies, as well as masculinities in the Latin American and Caribbean region (LAC).

Carina specialized in social science research, program design, implementation, and evaluation of policies in public and private sectors. She also has provided technical assistance to governments and organizations in the public and private sector to advance in gender equality, parenting and caregiver support, and engaging men in gender equality.

During the last 12 years, she has been senior consultant to International Organizations, such as International Labour Organization, Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, the United Nations Development Program, Inter-American Development Bank, and International Center for Research on Women. Previously, she worked in nonprofit organizations, think tanks, and government agencies in Argentina and Chile. 

Through Promundo, Carina conducted research projects with UN Women and IDB Invest in LAC countries. These projects were focused on cost-benefit assessment and fiscal impact to extend the fathers paid leave, and how-to private sector companies could promote men engagement in care and gender equality.  

Carina received a Master’s degree in Economic and Public Policy from the Torcuato Di Tella University, Buenos Aires,  and a BA in Political Science from the Catholic University of Cordoba, Argentina.

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Carina Lupica

Carina Lupica is a Fellow at Promundo. She is an independent consultant and researcher who has worked for nearly 20 years on gender inequality and diversity. She has published several reports and articles on gender issues in labor market,  poverty and social inequality, family care policies, as well as masculinities in the Latin American and Caribbean region (LAC).

Carina specialized in social science research, program design, implementation, and evaluation of policies in public and private sectors. She also has provided technical assistance to governments and organizations in the public and private sector to advance in gender equality, parenting and caregiver support, and engaging men in gender equality.

During the last 12 years, she has been senior consultant to International Organizations, such as International Labour Organization, Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, the United Nations Development Program, Inter-American Development Bank, and International Center for Research on Women. Previously, she worked in nonprofit organizations, think tanks, and government agencies in Argentina and Chile. 

Through Promundo, Carina conducted research projects with UN Women and IDB Invest in LAC countries. These projects were focused on cost-benefit assessment and fiscal impact to extend the fathers paid leave, and how-to private sector companies could promote men engagement in care and gender equality.  

Carina received a Master’s degree in Economic and Public Policy from the Torcuato Di Tella University, Buenos Aires,  and a BA in Political Science from the Catholic University of Cordoba, Argentina.

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