Jennifer D. Tapia


Interested in the international human rights system, Jennifer joined GICJ in May 2017. She graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Commercial Engineering at Universidad del Valle, Bolivia (2011). She completed the Global Competitiveness Leadership Programme endorsed by Georgetown University in 2011. After completing her Bachelor's Degree, she worked for over 5 years in the Marketing and Fundraising area for NGO’s, private and educational institutions in Bolivia as head and responsible for social interactions. In the course of her Master’s studies in International Relations at Geneva School of Diplomacy, she focused on the global politics of armed conflict, as well as sustainable development and human rights. During her work at GICJ she specialized in human rights violations in the context of armed conflict, and country-focused situations of the MENA region. Currently, she is an active member of the WEF’s Global Shapers Community. Jennifer speaks Spanish, English and French.


Mutua K. Kobia

Kenya / Switzerland

Mutua Kobia joined GICJ in January 2017. After graduating with a Master Degree in International Relations and Diplomacy from the Geneva School of Diplomacy (2013) in Geneva, Switzerland, Mutua has been very active in the NGO Community in Geneva. Gender relations, the environment, and indigenous communities has been the interest and focus of much of his work particularly at the United Nations Human Rights Council. Mutua also holds a Bachelor of Philosophy from Hope College, Holland, Michigan. He intends to expand his knowledge in the field of human rights, international law, and justice as well as taking a more hands on approach and involvement with grass roots work and local on-the-ground projects.

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