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Soledad is a technology equality advocate who served in President Obama’s Administration as a Senior Policy Advisor on international technology policy at the U.S.. Department of State. She has represented the United States on matters related to Internet Governance, Global Access to Technology, Digital Gender Equality, Standardization and Strategic Collaboration. Most recently, she also led efforts for Equals, the ITU’ s Global Partnership for Digital Gender Equality. In 2015 Soledad was recognized on Huffington Post’s 40 Under 40: Latinos in Foreign Policy List and was selected as a U.S. Spain Council Young Leader. She grew up in Santa Fe, New Mexico and attended New Mexico Military Institute, George Mason University and Euromed Marseille in France.