Sociologist graduated from Universidad Nacional de La Plata (UNLP), Argentina. Her research on the disciplinary field of the social economy was focused on the experiences of Extramural Studies and Social Economy in UNLP. At the same time, in the development of the activity about gender, Natalia is co-author of work such as “Mujeres, Tiempos y Trabajo” [Women, Time and Work]; “La importancia de las actividades de cuidado” [The Importance of Care Activities], among others.
She has worked in civil service in the province of Buenos Aires since 2004. As a lecturer, she took part in Social Economy, Associativism and Third Sector workshop, in Humanities University in UNLP (2011-2013) and she also gave virtual and in-person training provided by the Subsecretaria de Género y Diversidad Sexual [Genre and Sexual Diversity Undersecretariat] of the province of Buenos Aires (Care activities and unpaid work; obstetric violence 2017-2019).
At present, she is a director of the Unidad de Apoyo a la Gestión en el Ministerio de las Mujeres, Políticas de Género y Diversidad Sexual [Management Support Unit in the Ministry of Women, Genre Policies and Sexual Diversity] of the province of Buenos Aires.