You should get to know her because:
- Lucía is a human rights activist and lawyer from Argentina. She has experience in advocacy and public policy implementation in the non-profit sector, especially in areas of gender equity, social justice and human rights.
- Before coming to ERA, Lucía worked as a Racial Justice and Human Rights Fellow at the Promise Institute for Human Rights, where she conducted research and legal support on a range of projects on the intersection of race and human rights, and projects centered around the Inter-American System on Human Rights.
- She interned the Organization of American States (OAS) and consulted for the International Labour Organization (ILO) in a project related to prevention and approach to workplace violence and harassment in Argentina. Lucía also worked at Directorio Legislativo Foundation, leading the design and execution of public agendas and legislative campaigns on topics of anti-corruption and open government.
- Lucía was legal advisor and member of the Women’s Forum for Equal Opportunities, in the province of Salta, Argentina, where she worked on cases of gender-based violence and conducted policy and advocacy strategies to promote economic security and equal rights for women and LGBTQ people.
- Lucía received her Law Degree from Torcuato Di Tella University in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
- She also holds a Master of Laws (LL.M.) from University of California, Los Angeles with specializations in Law & Sexuality and in Critical Race Studies.
- Lucía loves being out in the mountains, doing hiking or backpacking trips.
- She spends her Sundays doing barbecues with friends and watching her favorite Argentinian soccer team, River Plate.