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Resume

Work
Experience

2023 – present

Tulane University Law School | Forrester Fellow

  • Teaching two sections of "Legal Research & Writing"

  • Co-convening the Murphy Center on Law and the Economy Workshop

Spring 2023

Wesleyan University | Visiting Assistant Professor of Public Policy

  • Co-taught "Introduction to Human Rights Standards" (CSPL 128)

2022 – 2023

University Network for Human Rights | Clinical Supervisor

  • Supervised students from Wesleyan University, Yale College, Yale Law School, and Columbia Law School on human rights advocacy projects, including a report on Honduran returnees and amicus briefs to the Inter-American Court on industrial pollution in Peru

  • Led a fact-finding and documentation research trip to Honduras

  • Coordinated a simulation exercise that trained students in Wesleyan’s human rights advocacy minor in the basics of fact-finding, documentation, and advocacy

  • Coached students in Wesleyan’s human rights advocacy minor on writing and argumentation

2021 – 2022

Inter-American Commission on Human Rights | Robina Fellow

  • Monitored daily the situation of LGBTI individuals in Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and the USA

  • Drafted tweets, press releases, talking points, and reports on factual and legal developments in the Americas on the rights of women and LGBTI persons

  • Provided technical opinions on cases and precautionary measures concerning LGBTI individuals

  • Met with and conducting trainings for civil society organizations and States

  • Organized LGBTI Rapporteurship events and presented on behalf of the LGBTI Rapporteurship at external events

Education

2018 – 2021

Yale Law School | Juris Doctor

  • Lowenstein International Human Rights Law Clinic (2019–2021), Student Director (2020–2021)

  • Global Health and Justice Practicum (2020–2021)

  • Yale Journal of Law & Feminism (2018–2021), Editor in Chief (2019–2020)

  • Schell Center for International Human Rights, Student Director (2019–2020)

  • Lowenstein Human Rights Project, Director (2019–2020)

  • Research Assistant for Dr. Mindy Roseman (Fall 2020)

  • Research Assistant for Professor John Witt (Spring 2019)

2014 – 2018

Harvard College | Bachelor's Degree, summa cum laude

  • Concentration: History & Literature, specializing in Latin America

  • Secondary field: Ethnicity, Migration, Rights

  • Language certificates: Spanish, Portuguese

  • Research Assistant for Professor Kathryn Sikkink (2014–2018)

Skills
& Expertise

  • Admitted to the District of Columbia Bar (Jan. 2022)

  • Native English speaker. Fluent in Spanish and Portuguese. Intermediate French speaker.

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