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CEJIL’s staff is noteworthy for its diversity and professionalism. Staff members come from a variety of countries in the hemisphere, creating a multicultural environment that enriches the work process and has a favorable impact on the results obtained and the successes achieved. The professional staff is complemented and enriched by the valuable contributions made many volunteers through the Internship Program in the four CEJIL offices.
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Ms. Krsticevic received her law degree from the University of Buenos Aires, a Masters degree in Latin American Studies from Stanford University, and an LLM from Harvard University. She has led numerous conferences and workshops in the Americas and Europe on the international protection of human rights. Ms. Krsticevic has also litigated cases before both the Inter-American Commission and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. She is the author of numerous articles, which have been published in the U.S., Latin America and Europe.
Ana Marcia Aguiluz
Director of Institutional Development
Mr. Bautista received his degree in Business Administration from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and is also taking studies in sociology at the same institution. He has over twelve years of experience in issues related to institutional development for non-profit organizations. He has worked for the Center for Legal and Social Studies (CELS) and the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team (EAAF), he has also been a consultant on similar topics in Argentina.
Senior Legal Staff
Gisela De León
Juliana Bravo Valencia
Luis Carlos Buob
Gabriela De Luca
Susana García, Coordinator Institutional Development, Central America and Mexico
Clare Gibson, Institutional Development Officer
Débora Gouvêa, Assistant for Institutional Development
María Eugenia Molina