Catalina is an economist in the New York office. She joined the firm in 2020 after receiving her Ph.D. in Economics from Brown University where her studies focused on understanding what drives individuals’ decision-making process in varied contexts such as portfolio investment choices, access to safe abortion methods, and preventive health screening, using big data and a variety of econometric methods. She also holds a B.A. in Business and Economics and an M.A. degree in Economics from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
Catalina has a passion for finding answers to challenging questions that are impactful. Her favorite things about Keystone are its talented people and the opportunities to tackle cutting-edge problems that make an impact in the world. Outside of work, she enjoys traveling, hiking, playing sports, and cooking new recipes