Latin America Staff
Melina Gioconda Davis Morán, Latin America Program Co-Director
Melina is a sex educator and performer based in Mexico City. She has a background in social policy research, arts programming, and community organizing. Her degree is in political science from Columbia University.
David Aristizábal Urrea, Latin America Program Co-Director
David is a queer activist and a Ph.D. candidate in anthropology at the University of Illinois. His research focuses on state power, activism, and violence in Latin America. He has led activist trainings for youth across the Americas.
Camila Ruiz Segovia, Catalyst Co-Director
Born and raised in Mexico City, Camila Ruiz Segovia is the co-director of Catalyst. An alumna of the United World College of the Adriatic, she also holds a bachelors degree in Political Science and Latin American and Caribbean Studies from Brown University. Camila has a background in human rights and security policy in Latin America. She is an advocate for drug policy reform and has participated in community efforts to bring an end to the War on Drugs in Mexico.