Regional Manager, Latin America
Read international law, University of Oxford; Master's in Public Policy, UC Berkeley. Non-profit manager and human rights lawyer. Founded the Ecuador offices of Asylum Access, a rights initiative for refugees in developing countries now reaching more than 9,000 refugees in Asia, Africa and Latin America. As a consultant, has focused on paths to scaling impact for grassroots organizations, including an association of families of disappeared children in El Salvador, and communities at risk of development-induced displacement in Thailand, Cambodia and India. Former, Executive Director of TECHO Ecuador. Currently, Regional Manager at HURIDOCS and CEO of Impacto Quito - a social business supporting change agents achieve impact in Ecuador.