Eunice is part of the Civic Science Fellows Network. She has large experience in science and technology policymaking. She has worked with government agencies such as Innovation Science and Economic Development Canada and the Quebec Ministry of Science and Innovation to develop to implement open innovation policies inclusive by design.
She also was deputy director of science and technology policy at the National Council for Science and Technology in Mexico, where she designed and implemented the Open Science Policy in that country.
She has served on diverse advisory committees and boards in several international initiatives advocating for greater openness and collaboration in scientific practice, such as the CERN’s SCOAP3 initiative, The International Open Access Week, and OpenCon LATAM.
Master in Public Policy, 2020
BA. in International Relations, 2012
El Colegio de San Luis