Born in Bogota, Colombia Raquel is a professional working with institutions, foundations, and corporations on creating strategic models to promote cultural development, CSR, and growth. She is an avid project manager, problem-solver, and strategic thinker with a BFA in Art History and Design for Sustainability, and an MS in Business Design and Cultural Leadership from the Savannah College of Art and Design.
She has most notably worked with the YJP of NY, The Museum of Modern Art of Bogota, the Cruz Diez Art Foundation, and the Savannah College of Art and Design. Other collaborations involving development, conservation, and curatorial endeavors include the Guggenheim Museum, the National Gallery of Art, and the American Institute of Architects.
In 2017, together with the Cruz Diez Art Foundation, Articruz, and the SCADMuseum of Art, she won the Best of the Year award for her work on the exhibition CHROMA "An inside into Carlos Cruz-Diez's lifetime investigations."
She is now a partner in the creative accelerator 4 Art Partners a co-host of the Culture Tasters podcast, and a contributor for Revival Cities a platform that looks to promote the art scene in emerging cities.
She lives and works from NYC.