Tatiana Rincón

Tatiana is Director of the Economic Citizenship Division for Latin America and the Caribbean at Fundación Capital, Colombia.

She was formerly the coordinator for the National Project on Economic Development and Commerce for the Delegation to the EU and the Ministry of Commerce in Colombia, as well as the country’s Director for International Cooperation for the Justice and Interior Ministry. Tatiana holds a Master’s in international relations from Carleton University in Canada and has worked for international institutions such as Carter Center and as a consultant for IFAD.

By Tatiana Rincón


Beyond Mobile: Tablets as Tools for the Extreme Poor

Tablet-based apps are being used to address a range of development issues, such as health, education, and personal finance. Fundacion Capital's LISTA App is one tablet-based education tool helping to bridge the financial education gap in Colombia.

Graduation and Social Protection in Latin America

One of the biggest challenges of social public policy is how to design effective programs for the large number of poor and extreme poor households who cannot access the contributive social security system.