Pablo Princz

Pablo is an alumnus of Enseñá por Argentina’s first cohort of participants (2011-2012). As a participant, Pablo taught social sciences in three low-income schools in Buenos Aires, and became involved in multiple initiatives within the communities where he worked. Later, he worked as a consultant for the Ministry of Education of the City of Buenos Aires, where he contributed to a project to develop innovative pedagogies in 12 primary schools. He was also a research assistant with Universidad de San Andrés focusing on migrant students' education in Buenos Aires, and intercultural education policies in Bolivia. In 2015, Pablo took on the role of Chief Program Officer for Enseñá por Argentina, leading the organization’s recruitment and selection, training and support, and alumni impact teams.

Pablo earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the Universidad de San Andrés and a Masters in Policy Studies in Education from the Institute of Education - University College London. He was also certified as a secondary school teacher by the Universidad Austral.

Pablo is a Chevening Scholar and member of the Global Shapers Community in Buenos Aires, where he lives with his wife.

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