Francheska is an Oxford-Weidenfeld and Hoffmann-Saïd scholar. Her work has focused on building partnerships across sectors, such as government and technology, to take innovative approaches to address problems like corruption and gender-based violence in Latin America and the United States. She spent the years leading up to her MBA working in the fields of international law and human rights. After receiving her Bachelor’s degree in Government from Harvard University, she worked at Foley Hoag LLP as part of a team that represented sovereign states in Latin America, Africa and Asia. She then joined the Disruption Strategies team at Polaris, a national anti-human trafficking non-profit, where she led initiatives that identified, engaged, and equipped key stakeholder populations to facilitate the effective and systemic eradication of the different types of trafficking.