Camila Garzon-Ruiz


Camila is a business development manager at MSI with over 7 years of targeted experience in fundraising, program design, and business development processes largely in conflict and post-conflict settings. She brings experience working on humanitarian and development issues, including rights-based approaches to protection of stateless/internally displaced persons/refugees and religious and ethnic minorities; access to justice for survivors of torture and trafficking; strategies to identify, prevent, and combat trafficking in persons; and data collection and geospatial visualization for crisis responses or urban development initiatives. In particular, when providing technical leadership in business development process, Camila most enjoys working on demand-driven program designs, strategic partnerships, and developing participatory learning sessions for microgrant recipients and non-traditional local actors. Camila holds an MA in Human Rights and Humanitarian Action from SciencesPo University.


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