Luciana Polischuk is an international MPA student with a Fulbright- Government of the City of Buenos Aires scholarship. She holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Buenos Aires and an MA in Analysis, Electoral Law, and Management from the University of San Martin, Argentina. She has more than seven years of professional experience as a public policy research analyst in Argentina. She worked at Poliarquía Consultores, a prominent Public Opinion Consultant in Argentina. At the same time, she taught undergraduate courses at the Political Science Program at the University of Buenos Aires and at the Law School at the University of Palermo. Previously, she worked at the Center for the Implementation of Public Policies Promoting Equity and Growth (CIPPEC), the most important Think Tank in Argentina. At FSU, she represents the second seat of the College of Social Sciences at the Congress of Graduate Students and she is the Vice-president of the Hispanic Graduate Student Association. She was awarded the Seminole Torchbearer – Leadership recognition and she is a member of the Fellows Society of Florida State University. She has focused her career path in the MPA program in policy analysis, program evaluation, and equity issues. She plans to continue doing research in the field of policy analysis and evaluation with a focus on social inequalities and gender.