Carolina is Senior Policy and Governance Specialist at Oxford Information Labs and Queen Elizabeth II Leadership Academy Associate at Chatham House. She specialises in Internet policy with a focus on the role of the technical community in the governance landscape and regional perspectives from the Global South. Her most recent research has focused on policy challenges at both core and upper Internet layers, including questions such as Internet fragmentation; trends in the development of digital technical standards; disinformation and content moderation practices; data governance; and AI regulation. Prior to joining Chatham House, she worked in the Internet and media industry for over seven years, including the Regional Internet Registry for Latin America and the Caribbean (LACNIC) and Argentina’s first fact-checking organisation, Chequeado. She holds an MA from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies and a BA from Middlebury College.