Ms. Katyna Argueta was appointed as Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Brazil in April 2019 and is the Director of the IPC-IG. Originally from Honduras, she started her career with the UNDP in 2003, first as a consultant to Honduras Country Office Representation and subsequently as HR Unit coordinator. She also worked as Deputy Country Director in Panama (2009-2012) and Haiti (2013-2015). Since 2016, she has acted as Country Director to UNDP in Mexico. A career diplomat holding an ambassador status, she has worked in the Ministry of Foreig Affairs of Honduras as alternate Representative of the Honduran Permanent Mission to the Organization of American States (OAS), General Director of Foreign Policy, Chief of Staff of the Minister, Second Secretary of the Honduran Embassy in Great Britain and Protocol Officer. In the private sector, she has held positions as director of public relations and communications, corporate planning manager and served as president of a financial institution. Ms. Argueta has a specialisation in management and administration and graduated from the Andrés Bello Diplomatic Academy, in Chile.