Gabriela Georgina Ferreiro

Nationality: Argentina
Organization Name: Libertate, Empresa Social de Inclusión
Impact Region: South America
About the Social Business: Libertate is a social enterprise that works for the economic inclusion of people with disabilities. It promotes cultural change in companies and governments by implementing strategies that promote inclusion from the business, reinvesting profits from our services in programs for people with disabilities.
About the Y&Y Fellow: Gabriela Ferreiro is an eternal apprentice and entrepreneur. In turn, she also sees herself as an activist and defender of women's rights and sexual dissidence, free youth and people with disabilities. She has a degree in economics from the University of Buenos Aires, also specializing in public policies, local development and social economy. University professor and popular educator, she has also worked in the private sector and in civil society with a strong social activism in the territory. She is currently co-director of Libertate, Social Inclusion Company, which works for the economic and social inclusion of people with disabilities. Also, she is a fellow of Open Society Foundation and the Teach for All network. She works every day on sustainable projects and models that contribute to promoting a more just and inclusive world.

Gabriela Georgina Ferreiro

Nationality: Argentina
Organization Name: Libertate, Empresa Social de Inclusión
Impact Region: South America
About the Social Business: Libertate is a social enterprise that works for the economic inclusion of people with disabilities. It promotes cultural change in companies and governments by implementing strategies that promote inclusion from the business, reinvesting profits from our services in programs for people with disabilities.
About the Y&Y Fellow: Gabriela Ferreiro is an eternal apprentice and entrepreneur. In turn, she also sees herself as an activist and defender of women's rights and sexual dissidence, free youth and people with disabilities. She has a degree in economics from the University of Buenos Aires, also specializing in public policies, local development and social economy. University professor and popular educator, she has also worked in the private sector and in civil society with a strong social activism in the territory. She is currently co-director of Libertate, Social Inclusion Company, which works for the economic and social inclusion of people with disabilities. Also, she is a fellow of Open Society Foundation and the Teach for All network. She works every day on sustainable projects and models that contribute to promoting a more just and inclusive world.