Mariana Ines Paludi earned her Ph.D. from Sobey School of Business, Saint Mary`s University, Canada. She is a junior lecturer in Gender and Organization Studies at Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento (Argentina) and a research assistant at Saint Mary’s University. Her Ph.D. thesis linked decolonial theories with feminist philosophies which has led to the development of a decolonial-feminist framework to study the influence of socio-historical events with regards to politics, economics and culture on the construction of social identities. She has published in Equality Diversity and Inclusion, An International Journal, and she has co-authored book chapters in Handbooks of Oxford University Press. Her areas of research include critical management, intersectionality, culture, Latin America, decolonialism. She teaches undergraduate courses in Organizational Behaviour both in Canada and Argentina. Also, she teaches courses for master students on research methodology, gender and organizations in Argentina.