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Isabel Chiriboga is an assistant director at the Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center, where she contributes to the center’s work on the Andes, including on Colombia, Ecuador, Chile, and Peru. She also helps steward the Center’s Advisory Council. During her time at the Atlantic Council, she has led the work of the US-Colombia Advisory Group, the center’s programming around the Ecuadorian elections in 2022, and supported the US-Chile Integration Program. Chiriboga is also a frequent opinion contributor, and her work has been published in Foreign Policy, Miami Herald, the National Interest, Global Americans, and the New Atlanticist.

Prior to her time at the Atlantic Council, Chiriboga worked as a research assistant at the London School of Economics’ Department of International Relations conducting research on the impact of land inequality on Argentina’s democratization. Prior to that, she worked at the embassy of Ecuador in Washington, DC, where she supported the trade agreement negotiations process between Ecuador and the United States. Originally from Ecuador, Chiriboga has lived in the United States, Spain, and the United Kingdom. She has a bachelor’s degree in international economics and international affairs from Trinity University. Chiriboga also completed a yearlong study abroad program at the London School of Economics.