Your Career: Governance & Rule of Law
Mariana Benitez Tiburcio
Deputy Attorney General for International and Legal Affairs of Mexico
As Mexico’s deputy attorney general for legal and international affairs, Mariana Benitez Tiburcio, F12, provides legal advice on criminal matters, reviews regulations and helps develop legislation. She also assists the attorney general on international criminal matters, such as the extradition of fugitives and the negotiation of new treaties and conventions on international criminal matters. Read more
Sophia L. R. Dawkins
Conflict Dynamics International, Program Officer, Governance and Peacebuilding, South Sudan
Dawkins splits her time between South Sudan, Kenya and the cooler climates of Boston and Britain, working for Conflict Dynamics International. As a program officer in peacebuilding for the well-known nonprofit organization, she finds herself at the cutting edge of policy making and helping nations like South Sudan transition out of conflict. Read more
Professor of Practice
Academic Director, LL.M.
Throughout 2012, as the UN's Deputy Special Representative for Rule of Law in the Republic of Liberia, Prof. Aucoin led the UN's efforts to reform the country's criminal justice system and helped to launch the constitutional reform process.
Egyptian Rights Activist, Blogger
A leading voice for change, Dalia Ziada has twice been honored as one of Newsweek's 150 Most Influential Women in the World (2011, 2012), named one of the Daily Beast's World's 17 Bravest Bloggers (2011), and cited among CNN's 8 Agents of Change in the Arab World (2012). Learn more about Dalia's work helping to shape democracy in post-Mubarak Egypt.