Juliana is a program manager with the Americas Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). She joined the Americas Program in December 2021. She is passionate about international development and has over 10 years of experience working with nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), international governmental organizations, and the private sector. Before joining CSIS she was the senior program coordinator for the Andean region at the Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE). She has also worked as a research and evaluation specialist at Fundación Capital in Colombia, conducted multiple consultancies for NGOs and social impact organizations, and worked for four years at the International Monetary Fund. Juliana has a BA in government and politics from the University of Maryland and a MA in international development from the George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
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Can North America Become a Semiconductor Powerhouse?
Critical Questions by Ryan C. Berg , Christopher Hernandez-Roy , Juliana Rubio , Rubi Bledsoe , and Henry Ziemer — May 23, 2023
Are Petro and Biden Syncing? Key Takeaways from the Bilateral Meeting
Critical Questions by Ryan C. Berg , Christopher Hernandez-Roy , Juliana Rubio , Rubi Bledsoe , and Henry Ziemer — April 26, 2023
Turning Up the Heat on Geothermal Energy Development in Latin America
Brief by Ryan C. Berg , Juliana Rubio , Alfonso Guzman , and Kathleen Cohen — March 10, 2023
A Hesitant Hemisphere: How Latin America Has Been Shaped by the War in Ukraine
Commentary by Ryan C. Berg , Christopher Hernandez-Roy , Juliana Rubio , Rubi Bledsoe , and Henry Ziemer — February 27, 2023
Hydrogen Development in Latin America
Congressional Testimony by Ryan C. Berg and Juliana Rubio — December 16, 2022