Rights of Intersex Persons in the Americas (present)
As a consultant to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, I am assisting the Rapporteurship on the Rights of LGBTI Persons in the drafting of a thematic report on the rights of intersex persons.
Sexual Violence against Children in Bolivia (April 2022)
As a Student Director of Yale Law School's Lowenstein International Human Rights Clinic, I initiated, helped to develop, and coordinated a partnership with the Center for Reproductive Rights that resulted in an amicus brief to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in the Case of Ángulo Losada v. Bolivia. The brief argued that, included among Bolivia's obligations to combat sexual violence against children, are obligations to provide educational and health services that address gendered power dynamics.
Military Jurisdiction in Brazil (June 2021)
As a student in Yale Law School's Lowenstein International Human Rights Clinic and in partnership with Conectas, I helped to draft an amicus brief to the Supreme Federal Court of Brazil that reviewed international and regional human rights standards concerning the proper scope and application of military jurisdiction.
Funding Health Workforces in the USA (May 2021)
As a student in Yale Law School's Health Justice: Theory to Practice seminar, I helped to draft a toolkit for community organizations to use when identifying and applying for federal funding to build local health workforces and address social inequities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Counter-Terrorism and Access to Counsel (October 2020)
As a student in Yale Law School's Lowenstein International Human Rights Clinic, I helped to draft a memorandum on the right of access to counsel in the context of counter-terrorism to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms while countering terrorism.
Access to Water in Venezuelan Hospitals (May 2020)
As an intern in the Americans Division of Human Rights Watch, I drafted a report on access to water in Venezuelan hospitals based on field interviews conducted prior to my time at the organization as well as my own desk research and follow-up interviews.