Romina Kasman is an education consultant at the Organization of American States (OAS). For 15 years, she has worked to increase opportunities for vulnerable children and youth from Latin America and the Caribbean to access high-quality, inclusive, and equitable education. She has designed and implemented innovative education initiatives aimed at empowering teachers, children, and youth to participate in their communities and improve their social, economic, and political inclusion. She has advised international organizations, national and local governments, nongovernmental organizations, think tanks, and universities in the development of policy dialogue and cooperation processes; institutional strategies, policies, and initiatives; training alternatives; and education materials. Ms. Kasman taught for 11 years as an assistant professor and professor in charge at public and private universities in Argentina (Salvador University and Buenos Aires University), and she served as coordinator of the Political Science Department at Salvador University. She has recently been appointed as a graduate research assistant at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where she is finishing her M.A. in International Education. A recognized expert in education for democratic citizenship, she has spoken at various international and regional conferences and seminars. Ms. Kasman studied at Salvador University in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and holds an M.A. from the University of Delaware.