Director of Studies
Camilo Enciso holds Juris Doctor (JD) and International Relations (BSc) degrees from the Universidad del Rosario (2006), a Master of Laws degree from Columbia University (2010) and a Masters in Public Administration from the Kennedy School at Harvard University (2019). He has extensive experience working in criminal law, anticorruption, white collar crime, human rights and international law.
Between October 2014 and March 2017, Camilo Enciso served as Secretary for Transparency for the Colombian Government, where he coordinated and implemented the National Anticorruption Strategy. In February 2016, Congress enacted the Antibribery Act, which was jointly drafted by Mr. Enciso and officials from the Superintendence of Companies.
From April 2011 to October 2013, he was the Regulatory Director of the Productive Transformation Program at the Colombian Ministry of Commerce, where he worked to improve the existing regulation of sectors with high growth potential. There, among a number of other initiatives, he drafted the Antismuggling Bill, which was subsequently enacted by Congress in 2015.
Since March 2017, Camilo Enciso has worked as an independent consultant for companies, governments and projects in different Latin American countries, including Argentina, Colombia, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Costa Rica and Peru. He also works as a consultant for the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, the Organization of Countries for Economic Development, GovRisk and AECOM. Mr. Enciso has also served as counsel to the National Agency for the Defense of the State in issues related to criminal law and represents other corporations in administrative and criminal law related matters.
Director of Studies
An internationalist from the Universidad del Rosario, whose work has an emphasis on human rights and transitional justice. María Salcedo has knowledge and experience of the analysis of international issues related to foreign policy, public policy, development, international standards, transparency, access to public information and human rights work at both a national and international level. She has worked as a member of the team on projects with USAID, the World Bank, AECOM and CAF.
Criminal lawyer and graduate from the Santo Tomás University, and Lead Auditor in the ISO 37001 Standard (Anti-Bribery Management System). She was a fellow of Mexico’s Veracruzana University and has investigative experience in issues related to transparency, anticorruption and ethics in both the public and private sectors.
Margie has worked with a number of international consultancies on transparency and anticorruption in Latin America. She has also been a speaker at many academic events, both nationally and internationally, where she has been invited to discuss issues related to access to public information within the framework of transitional justice.
She currently works as a lawyer for the International Institute on Anticorruption Studies and as a consultant for the corporate sector on matters related to anticorruption compliance.