Maria José Espona

Espona is co-director of Information Quality in Argentina, a nonprofit organization promoting information quality methodology in Spanish-speaking countries. She teaches graduate courses in science and technology, disarmament, information quality, and digital intelligence at Argentine universities including the National Defense School and has published widely on weapons of mass destruction, especially biological weapons. She received a master’s degree in terrorism studies from UNIR Spain in 2013 and also holds a degree in biology from Argentina’s University of Buenos Aires. She is working toward a doctorate in data governance from the University of Castilla-La Mancha and a second doctorate in biological weapons and disease from Granada University, both in Spain.