GI-TOC Staff Member

Isabel Diaz

Project Assistant, Resilience Fund, Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime

Isabel is a Spanish-Brazilian professional based in Paris. She joined the Resilience Fund after concluding her Master’s Capstone Project with the Global Initiative, which centered on Community Resilience in Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador in the face of extortion. She holds a dual Master’s in Public Policy and Public Administration from Sciences Po Paris and the London School of Economics, where she specialized in topics related to social policy and inequality.

With a decade of volunteer and professional grassroots experience, Isabel is deeply committed to issues surrounding migrants, refugees, and farmworkers, with a specific emphasis on addressing the interconnected challenges related to organized crime and human rights.


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