Natalia Rodriguez
Natalia Rodriguez
Sr. Product Manager, Community Tech, Wikimedia Foundation

About me

Hola! My name is Natalia and I am the Sr. Product Manager for the Community Tech tools, thanks for popping into this page to find out more about who I am. Drop a note! I am passionate about access to knowledge and excited to tackle that problem together. Prior to WMF, I wrote programming courses for Codecademy (check out the R courses here) + co-built products to increase learning engagement for the platform. I've also tackled knowledge accessibility with the American Museum of Natural History by building products with the Science Visualization Group and teaching at the Bridge Up STEM program.


In my free time, I like to interrogate assumptions and romanticize the power of community while reminding myself individuals are complex! I was born in Mexico and am currently living in NYC.

My work

Disclaimer: I work for or provide services to the Wikimedia Foundation, and this is the account I try to use for edits or statements I make in that role. However, the Foundation does not vet all my activity, so edits, statements, or other contributions made by this account may not reflect the views of the Foundation.

Contact me

  • E-mail: nrodriguez(_AT_)wikimedia.org
  • IRC: nrodriguez
  • Location: New York, New York (UTC-4:00)
  • Local time: 2:05 PM

Research about WMF products and contributors I've found insightfulEdit

User language
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Users by language

Contributor ResearchEdit

2019 Survey of Dutch Wikipedia Editors - useful for understanding demographic of that region make up with some details on neurodiversity

2022 Content Moderation in Medium-Sized Wikimedia Projects - useful in understanding pain points encountered by contributors who moderate wikis that are on the medium size in terms of articles and active contributors

2015 Personas for product development for the movement - a good glossary on motivation and different abstracted subsets of users within the movement