Carolina Belalcázar is a Project Officer with the Education Sector at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris. Her work in ICTs in education at UNESCO has focused on the development of mobile technologies to support quality learning for human development. Carolina’s work also addresses teacher development policy including the improvement of teacher education, the status of the teaching profession, and gender equality in the context of human rights. She is a former Program Specialist with the International Task Force on Teachers for Education for All as well as a Resident Fellow with the UNESCO International Bureau of Education (IBE), Geneva, Switzerland. Prior to joining UNESCO, Carolina was the former Outreach Director for the Council in Latin American and Iberian Studies (CLAIS) and Director, Programs in International Educational Resources (PIER) at the MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies (Yale University) where she led the internationalization of teacher professional and curriculum development programs funded by the US Department of Education. Carolina holds a PhD in Education from the University of Pittsburgh, with specialization in Social and Comparative Analysis in Education and International Development Education.