At Fundar, we come up with public policy proposals to build a more sustainable, inclusive Argentina. To achieve this, the executive team engages in strategic planning for the entire organization. We decide Fundar’s position on key issues and identify opportunities for action and collaboration that align with its mission statement.
Martín Reydó holds a history degree from the University of Buenos Aires and an MA in political science from Torcuato Di Tella University.
We evaluate public policies using quantitative methods, while also promoting and facilitating the use of these methods in policy design, planning, and management. Quantitative models can be used in diagnostic exercises and evaluations and also for predictions and simulations.
Daniel Yankelevich is a computer scientist. He holds a PhD from the University of Pisa and did his postdoctoral work at North Carolina State University. He is a university professor with private-sector and research experience.
We think up, design, and evaluate productive development policies that will strengthen Argentina’s economy, generate innovations, increase prosperity, and create more and better jobs, which are the first steps toward making the country’s volatile economic cycles a thing of the past.
Tomás Bril Mascarenhas
Tomás Bril Mascarenhas holds a PhD in political science from the University of California, Berkeley, and a BA in political science from the University of Buenos Aires. He specializes in the comparative political economy of development.
We are developing guidelines to stabilize the economy. Through proposals to build a sustainable macroeconomy: fiscal, monetary, and exchange rate policies, the promotion of tradable supply, and a profound exploration of Argentina’s dual-currency economy.
Guido Zack holds a PhD in economic analysis from the universities of Alcalá and Complutense de Madrid and a degree in economics from the UBA. He specializes in economic policy, macroeconomics and international economics.
We promote gender mainstreaming as a way of building a more sustainable, egalitarian development agenda. Our work promotes research and public advocacy from a feminist and gender-diverse perspective.
Paola Bergallo holds a JD from Stanford University and an LLM from Columbia University. She is an associate professor at Torcuato Di Tella University and an adjunct researcher with Argentina’s National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET).
We are working to transform and untangle how the judicial system functions. We propose approaches to modernizing the judicial system with a focus on processes, technological innovation, and strengthening state capacities.
We are committed to an approach to natural resource governance that leverages scientific and technological progress and democratic institutions to promote an innovative, sustainable, equitable development agenda.
Carlos Freytes holds a PhD in political science from Northwestern University and an MA in Political Science and Sociology from the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (FLACSO). He specializes in natural resource governance and public policy evaluation.
Public Relations, Media & Press
We connect Fundar with strategic partners and stakeholders working in similar fields. We design and implement Fundar’s communications strategy, keeping a close eye on current affairs and the broader social context to identify opportunities for cooperation and advocacy.
María Belén Bonello
María Belén Bonello holds a BA and a teaching qualification in political science from the University of Buenos Aires. She has held a variety of project management and leadership positions in the public sector and at civil society organizations.