Carolina Portaluppi Castro (Guayaquil, 1963) is an Ecuadorian poet, economist, and educator. Her literary journey began with the publication of her first poetry collection, “Excluidos los signos,” in 1999, which delves into a range of human emotions and experiences. In 2009, she unveiled her second book, “Dice que no sabe,” which draws inspiration from the renowned Argentine poet Alejandra Pizarnik and showcases Portaluppi Castro’s introspective writing style. Carolina Portaluppi Castro holds the position of Coordinator of the Master’s Degree Program in Public Administration at Casa Grande University where she is also a professor of Public Policies. Additionally, she serves as a Professor of Public Policies for Disaster Risk Reduction at the Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar. Her poems have been published in various anthologies, including, “Indignados tus hijos del yugo,” “La voz del Eros,” and “Poetas de la Mitad del Mundo.”
Academic Positions and Contributions
Carolina Portaluppi Castro has held multiple prestigious academic positions, demonstrating her extensive expertise and commitment to education. She has served as the Coordinator of the Master’s Degree Program in Public Administration at Casa Grande University, where she also worked as a professor of Public Policies. Additionally, she has contributed to the field of disaster risk reduction as a Professor of Public Policies for Disaster Risk Reduction at the Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar. These roles highlight Portaluppi’s dedication to teaching and research, showcasing her comprehensive understanding of public policies and her valuable contributions to the academic community.
- Excluidos los signos
- Dice que no sabe (2009)