Carine Roos is a journalist, feminist and free knowledge enthusiast. She is a co-founder of MariaLab, the first feminist hackerspace in Brazil. She has a passion for technology and digital culture. Carine has a bachelor's degree in Social Science with an emphasis in Sociology at Universidade de Brasília and Social Communication with a focus in Journalism at Centro Universitário de Brasília. She also has a graduate degree in Information Technology in Web Management – Technologies and Applied Tools at Universidade Senac – SP. She has worked for 8 years as strategist in digital media for diverse institutions such as the NETmundial meeting (held by the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee / CGI.br), The Brazilian
World Wide Web Consortium Office (W3C Brazil), the Human Rights Secretariat of the Presidency (SDH/PR), UNESCO, the Brazilian Health Ministry, UNICEF and Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil. Besides that, she has previously participated in a research at CNPq (National Council for Scientific and Technological Development) evaluating GESAC, the digital inclusion program for the Brazilian Communications Ministry. She is also experienced in digital multimedia content (texts, videos, images, infographics, animations) and public relations.