Marta Garnelo Caamano
Marta is a Principal Advisor at BIT Americas. She works with government agencies to design and evaluate policies and services informed by behavioral science. Since joining the team in 2016, Marta has worked on policies to promote gender equality, reduce violence, and improve public health and educational outcomes. She has collaborated with international organizations, local, state and federal agencies.
Prior to BIT, she worked as a Senior Policy Associate at MIT’s Poverty Action Lab, leading its activities to promote evidence informed policymaking in Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, and Paraguay.
Marta holds a Master in Public Policy degree from Harvard Kennedy School. She graduated with a concentration in Economic Analysis of Public Policy, Behavioral and Data Science. While at Harvard, she was a Fulbright Scholar and a Real Colegio Complutense Fellow. She holds two undergraduate degrees in Law and Political Science and Public Administration from Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.