Griselda Vallejo

Griselda is a therapeutic companion and infant rehabilitation assistant. She has a specialization in managing neurodiversity within a school environment. Griselda has worked with children and adults, developing integration plans to gain social tools and coping strategies for anxiety and stress. She has also worked as a volunteer in a program for gender violence survivors in city shelters. As a social work student at Universidad Nacional de Lomas de Zamora, she collaborated with several research projects and attended an arts school where she learned valuable pedagogical skills. Griselda has 10 years of experience working with international companies as an administrative and finance assistant with frequent travel to the United States. This international experience, combined with her background in social work, gives Griselda great insight to students’ needs and helps her support them in their cultural adaptation to Argentina.

Griselda Vallejo

SIT Study Abroad

Homestay and Student Affairs Coordinator

ARGENTINA: Social Movements and Human Rights

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