Alejandra Silva is a multidisciplinary designer, researcher, and educator. Her interests are digital media and decentralized technologies. Her research focuses on the intersection of life stories, resilience and decision making.
Originally from Argentina, she started her career as an academic researcher and literature teacher who then transitioned into editorial design. In 2019, she was awarded a Fulbright scholarship to pursue graduate studies in the United States. This experience led her to engage with UX research and visual design.
She holds an MFA in Design and Visual Communications with a minor in Entrepreneurship from the University of Florida; a Master's degree in Publishing from Universidad Nacional de La Plata; and Licensee and Bachelor degrees in Spanish Language and Literature from Universidad Nacional de San Juan.