Eliana Santanatoglia (May 2019)
Eliana Santanatoglia was our Luncheon speaker in April 2019, and UWC wasted no time in recruiting her as a new member. Eliana is Argentine and holds a law degree from UBA, a Master in Economics and Political Science from ESEADE (Escuela Superior de Economía y Administración de Empresas), as well as a Master’s degree in Philosophy of the Social Sciences of the London School of Economics (LSE). She is a Ph.D candidate in Legal Theory at the UBA School of Law. Eliana Santanatoglia is co-founder and executive director of the David Hume Institute Foundation and an associate professor at ESEADE.
Mona Makramalla (April 2019)
The University Woman’s Club would like to welcome Mona Makramalla, a multitalent from Cairo, Egypt.. After obtaining a BSc. in Biochemistroy from the American University in Cairo and traveling the world, Mona obtained an MA in Education and Society from Montreal’s McGill University. She is currently working on her PhD. dissertation focussed on adult literacy in Egypt.
Elina Dorotea Baldwin (April 2019)
Also in April, the University Woman’s Club welcomed Argentine Eliana Baldwin who holds a degree in Architecture from the University of Buenos Aires as well as a certificate as a National School Teacher. She has worked for several transational companies and also for the National Tourism Office. Her hobbies include Haiku, Taiichi, Sumi-e, and Qigong.
Melodye Rooney (January 2019)
The University Woman’s Club would like to welcome Melodye Rooney, a Geochemist from the United States.
Melodye holds a BS in Chemistry (summa cum laude) from Indiana University in Bloomington, OH and a PhD in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. She has held positions of Senior Staff Geochemist, Research Geochemist, and Staff Geochemist in a global Petroleum company and served as Visiting Fellow at the Australian Natioinal University in Canberra.
Monica Susana Highton (July 2018)
The University Woman’s Club would like to welcome Monica Susana Highton. Monicais Argentine and lives in Lomas de Zamora, Province of Buenos Aires.
She has a degree in veterinary medicine from the Universidad Nacional de La Plata and is a practic- ing homeopathic veterinarian. She is married with two sons and is awaiting her third grandchild.
Monica speaks Spanish and English, enjoys gardening and playing Scrabble and is a member of the Scrabble Club. She plays in the national circuit (Bariloche, Rosario, Parana, Bahia, Blanca, Miramar, etc.), has played in Paraguay and in November will travel to Mexico to play.