Toñi Caro is a senior institutional capacity builder for the implementation of social innovations and stakeholder engagement strategies. She is currently senior researcher at the Digital Society Technology Unit at the I2Cat Foundation, Director of the International Research Project Office at Valencian International University and Founder of the Eoh-for-Good, a think tank and strategy consultancy to promote leading transformation for the common good.
She is PhD in International and Intercultural Studies and is an accomplished and motivated thought leader with a keen interest in social & digital innovation. She offers broad and extensive experience in academic research, policy analysis, and strategy design. A prolific author of several peer-reviewed publications on various social issues related to internationalisation, higher education, and sustainability. She has been actively promoting social innovation in the Basque, Spanish and European contexts for over a decade now in connection with international peers and collaborating with the European School of Social Innovation- ESSI since its inception. And she is member of the ENoLL Action Oriented Task Force on Social Innovation.
Recent achievements include a HEurope-EIC project granted, titled INTEGER-3H and 4H models for a European Innovation Ecosystems transition (Feb 2023-Jan 2025) and the publication of a chapter: Caro- Gonzalez, A. Serra, A. & Albala, X. (et al.) (2022), The Three MuskEUteers: Envisaging and pursuing a "One for all, All for one" triple transition: social, green and digital. In Petrevska Nechkoska, R; Manceski G.; Poels, G.; Facilitation in Complexity: From creation to co-creation, from dreaming to co-dreaming, from evolution to co-evolution, Springer Nature. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-031-11065-8