She graduated from the National University of Colombia (2010) and holds a Master in Laws (LLM) with an emphasis on critical racial studies from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) (2012).
Ana Margarita González
Prior to joining Women's Link, Ana was a senior specialist for the Inclusion for Peace Program (IPA) at the International Organization for Migration. She was also a legal fellow for the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (CIDH) and a researcher for the Dejusticia Law, Justice and Societal Studies Center, where she worked on anti-discrimination issues and policies for racial equality and the collective rights of afro-descendant communities. She was also a lawyer for the Delegate for Constitutional and Legal Affairs of the Ombudsman's Office in Colombia.
WHERE ARE YOU FROM?
Santa Marta, Colombia.
WHAT LANGUAGES DO YOU SPEAK?
Spanish and English.
WHAT DO YOU LIKE ABOUT WORKING FOR WOMEN'S LINK?
Women's Link is an organization that allows me to combine my experience and interests in ethno-racial issues with legal and advocacy work to advance the rights of women and girls..