Natalia Molina is a Master’s candidate in International Economics at the Berlin School of Economics and Law. After completing a Bachelor in Political Science at the National University of Colombia, she pursued a Master's Degree in Social Sciences, Cooperation and Development at the New Sorbonne University - Paris III, in France. She is currently working on her Master thesis, entitled “Peasant reserve areas (Zonas de Reserva Campesina) as a public policy alternative to face deforestation in the Colombian Amazon. An analysis from the complex systems approach ”to obtain the degree. She has also worked for some years in the public sector in Colombia, gaining professional experience in the areas of public policy analysis, diplomacy, and international relations. She received diplomatic training as part of the contest to enter the diplomatic and consular career of Colombia, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Since April 2021, she has been working as a Student Research Assistant at the Institute for Political Economy (IPE) Berlin.