Ines is a physical hydrologist and a driven PhD student at the University of Saskatchewan. Her passion lies in using computational models to study the complex interactions between water-society, and developing strategies to ensure the resilience of these systems. With climate change continuing to impact hydrological processes worldwide, Ines seeks sustainable solutions through open collaboration, a philosophy she lives by. Ines gained experience in water and climate risk assessments and explored nature-based solutions by working with Colombia’s meteorological and nature conservation agencies. When she isn’t busy with her studies, Ines advocates for climate change and enjoys bike rides. She has committed herself to promote hydrological research for sustainability goals achievement.