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Following a master’s degree in Geography of the Global South, and after successfully handling several EU Mobility projects for the multinational TomTom for three years, Pauline became a Ph.D. candidate at the Laboratory “FinEst Centre for Smart Cities” at TalTech University in Estonia in 2021. As part of her PhD research, Pauline examines the female appropriation of digital tools and analyses how it transforms their daily journey in Pune, India, and Cochabamba, Bolivia. In parallel, she takes part in Business Development activities of Trufi association, NGO focusing on informal transport and providing a multimodal journey planner and mapping services to cities.

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