Inspired from an early age by social change and politics, Helena pursued her passion for photography during a VT while simultaneously studying Journalism at the University of Seville. Exploring her interest in social identity and culture, she took courses on society and film analysis, later specializing in socio-cultural anthropology through a Master’s degree. Her thesis focused on technological addiction, postmodern cyberpunk audiovisual narrative, and the consumption habits of the Millennials and Z gens.
Helena has actively volunteered in multiple academic conferences related to communication and critical thinking. Professionally, she has gained experience in film festivals, as well as working as a CM for an academic publishing house and as a CB for an anthropology start up while pursuing a MSc in Business Anthropology.
Currently, Helena is actively involved in her own non-profit project, AUNT FLO PROJECT (Anthropology of Gynecology), which focuses on women’s experiences with their menstrual life and journey as gynecology patients.
Helena is joining the Apply Club for Organizational Anthropology