Carolina Andrade Quevedo

Carolina Andrade Quevedo holds a Master’s in Political Science, with a concentration in Public Affairs from the Pantheon-Sorbonne University in Paris. Carolina has more than ten years of experience in Public and State Security leadership, as well as Strategic Intelligence at national and regional levels. Most recently, she served as a consultant and strategic analyst for the United Nations on regional integration, peace and international security, climate action, women in power, multilateralism, and global governance. In this framework, Carolina conducted academic field research in Africa and the Middle East, and accompanied diplomatic negotiations in the Americas. She has a dual degree in Political Science and Economic, and Social Administration from Pantheon-Sorbonne University. Carolina advocates for the democratization of Intelligence Studies to strengthen empowered and informed citizens. She is a member of the Political Scientists Global Network and the Women’s Intelligence Network of the King’s College. She is also the author of several academic articles and book chapters on Intelligence and Counterintelligence in the United Kingdom, Spain, Mexico, Ecuador, and Chile.

Carolina is currently acting as an advisor to the Igarape Institute Climate Security Program.

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