Founder and general coordination
Born in Argentina and french adopted, I’m an environmental engineer with masters in socio-ecological and geographical sciences. Being in the Weaving Ties initiative since its origins in 2015, I’ve organized, facilitated and catalysed multiple projects to reinforce local communities, indigenous and forest peoples worldwide. I love connecting. I love life.
Based in France
Trained in anthropology and development studies, I am a tireless traveler, lover of culture and nature. Born in Spain to a Swiss father and a Dominican mother, I carry within me the richness of diversity, which I commit to defend. Learning from and working for indigenous and forest women is for me a very great honor. Besides my devotion for social justice, my big passions in life are dancing, playing music with friends, swimming, taking care of my plants and spending time with my loved ones.
Based in French Guyana
Diana HARLAND de BENITO
Language support and logistics
Experienced Translator with a demonstrated history of working in the writing and editing industry. Skilled in Translation, Editing, Proofreading, Interpreting, and Teaching. Strong information technology professional with a Master of Arts - MA focused in English Language and Hispanic Studies from the University of Glasgow
Based in Scottland
Communication and contents
With studies in audiovisual production and public relations, I’ve worked as a freelance communicator, news producer, camerawoman & editor for several years. Exploring new places and meeting people from all walks of life fulfills me. Seeing life from different perspectives is the absolute best thing about field work and I am happy to have the opportunity to support indigenous and forest communities through TINTA´s work. I believe in the power of social change through storytelling.
Based in Costa Rica
I’m the daughter of Ecuadorian indigenous parents belonging to the Kichwa Kayambi people. Accountant by profession, I am passionate about nature and animals: I love dogs! In my spare time I practice trail running. I am a dreamer and a faithful believer that, one day, we will build a more just, equal and sustainable world. I currently work in TINTA’s administrative area.
Based in Ecuador
I am an internationalist and geographer. I was born in a valley surrounded by mountains, prepared for earthquakes, and used to surfing in chaos. I consider myself a defender of doubt and I cannot stand specialization. I love curiosity and human creativity, and I think we all create technologies! I also believe in the diversity of worldviews and spiritualities, that is why I love working with indigenous peoples!
Based in Guatemala and Mexico