Economist from the Universidad de los Andes and current student of the master’s degree in PEG economics from the same university. Additionally, he is a complementary professor of the Game Theory course at the Faculty of Economics of the same institution. Before Quantil, he worked as a Research Assistant at the Center for Economic Development Studies (CEDE) of the Universidad de los Andes. There he was involved in projects aimed at developing prediction models of rural credit allocation to small farmers and the analysis of networks formed from the interactions of Twitter users around political issues. He has experience in handling quantitative tools and statistical packages such as R, Python, Stata, ArcGIS and MATLAB.