Constanza González-Véliz is a Forestry Engineer specializing in Public Policy and Gender Justice, with a Master's in Feminist Studies and Intervention for Equality. As an independent researcher, she focuses on the intersection of feminism, technology, and the environment. Through the platform situada.onlineshe creates and promotes knowledge situated in Latin America and the Caribbean at the intersection of feminism and technology through a series of projects. As co-leader of the VERITASproject, she addresses the phenomenon of deepfake, evaluating governmental responses and proposing solutions to mitigate its impacts. Additionally, she has developed the Comunes Digitalesproject, investigating the impact of feminist digital commons in Latin America and the Caribbean, promoting gender equality and social justice. During 2021 and 2022, she served as an advisor to the Constitutional Convention of Chile, leading a working group on Digital Rights with a gender focus.