Delfina Imbrosciano is an MPA second-year student from Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is the president of the Association for Public Policy Students and the Head of the Advocacy team in the Women´s Network. Previously she was representative of the MPA 2023-2024 cohort and vice president of the Argentinian Society. Delfina holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Universidad Torcuato Di Tella and a master’s degree in economics from Universidad de San Andrés, both situated in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Before enrolling at LSE, Delfina worked in a macroeconomic consultant firm, a microeconomic consultant firm, the Argentinian National Security ministry, the IDB and the LSE Press, where she vetted a book for Filipe Campante, Federico Sturzenegger and Andrés Velasco. She was also a professor for Universidad de San Andrés and Colegio Rio de la Plata, where she taught microeconomics, macroeconomics, and applied economics.
Delfina is passionate about education, economics, politics, and the application of effective policies to impact people´s lives. She is a defender of equality and women´s rights inside and out LSE.
When she graduates, Delfina wants to become a consultant for politicians, both in Argentina and around the globe. In a longer time, she wants to become a politician herself. In addition, Delfina aims to fund an NGO destined to rescue street dogs, as well as promoting protection polices and legislations against animal maltreatment.