Karina Rangel-Castilla is a content lawyer who has focused her career on human rights, global health, migration, gender equality and development since 2010. She has lived in several countries, studied and worked in Australia, France, Switzerland, USA and Mexico. She has been part of international teams, NGOs, academia and government, including the World Health Organization HQ in Geneva, the Justice Defender’s Program at American Bar Association (ABA), the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights, the Center for Justice and International Law (CEJIL), the O’Neill Institute in Washington D.C. and the Consulate General of Mexico in Boston, among others. She has had hands-on experience on specific topics such as people deprived of liberty, women’s rights and health, immigration, deportations and rights, global health and tobacco control in several countries including Mexico, Peru, Democratic Republic of Congo and counting. She has given conferences on domestic violence as a public health concern at Yale University. She is keen on being out in the world trying hard to improve lives. She obtained her Bachelor of Laws degree at Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico and she also studied international affairs at Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) and Panthéon-Sorbonne in Paris. In 2014, she earned a Master of Laws degree in Global Health and Policy with a Certificate on International Human Rights Law at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. Karina has also volunteered with NGOs such as Earth Day, Amnesty International and smaller organizations to help visually disabled groups. Originally from Mexico, she is fluent in English, Spanish and French.