Daniella Burgi-Palomino is Co-director of the Latin America Working Group since 2019. Before this, she served as Senior Associate and in that role spearheaded transnational advocacy and campaigns related to human rights in Mexico and Central America, migrant rights, and border issues. She has worked on the protection of migrant rights in the U.S.-Mexico-Central America corridor with a variety of civil society organizations and foundations for over twelve years. She was the first coordinator of the funder’s alliance, the Central America and Mexico Migration Alliance (CAMMINA), a Fulbright García Robles Fellow in Mexico from 2010-2011, and a program associate at Oxfam America. Daniella has completed research contributing to organizational advocacy strategies on issues such as transitional justice, migrant rights, gender, and internal displacement. She holds a BA from Tufts University in International Relations and History with a focus in Latin American studies and a Master’s in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy where she focused on human security and migration.