Tomás Guarna is a social scientist and media practitioner from Argentina. He is interested in critical infrastructure studies, data privacy, and the geopolitics of Internet access. At CMS, he looks forward to answering questions like: how do citizens in the Global South experience the possibilities of the Internet, and how does this change compared to users in the North? How can Internet access be democratized?
Tomás graduated in 2018 from Universidad Torcuato Di Tella with a B.A. in Social Sciences, focusing on Latin American history. Following that, he worked for the Presidency of Argentina’s Digital Communications Team, collaborating on the Presidency’s digital strategy and creating content for its social media accounts.
In addition to his work in technology and politics, Tomás has created several public digital media projects. Among them, the most notorious ones are Un Amor de Verano, an email exchange project that gathered more than 2.000 participants, and Finde.club, a newsletter for cultural events in Buenos Aires that has more than 7.000 active subscribers.