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.
An internationalist from the Universidad del Rosario, whose work is focused on human rights and transitional justice. She also holds a certification from the Corporate Compliance course from the Universidad de Los Andes. María Salcedo has specialist knowledge and experience of the analysis of international and national topics related to public policy on transparency, anti-corruption and integrity in the public sector, the review of international standards, with a particular emphasis on the accountability of the legislative branch, as well as human rights both domestically and globally. She also has a good understanding of compliance and business integrity. She has worked to support projects with USAID, the World Bank, AECOM, CAF and the IDB, as well as managing projects related to the Attorney General’s Office in Colombia.
Adriana María Romero
Economist and Master in Economics from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, and MSc. in Political Science and Political Economy from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Adriana’s particular areas of interest include transparency, the analysis of corruption, accountability and the political economy of development. She was a fellow of the Young Investigators program from COLCIENCIAS between 2012-2013, and has worked for six years in different public entities, including the Banco de la República, the General Maritime Directorate and District Oversight
Lawyer, graduate of the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana (1996), with extensive experience in legal management across both the public and private sectors, where she has held managerial positions. Holds a Master’s in Business Law from the Universidad Externado de Colombia (1997) and a another Master’s degree in Business Law from the Universidad Francisco de Vitoria and the Ilustre Colegio de Abogados de Madrid (Spain), where she was a Fundación Carolina Scholar (2004).
In recent years, she has held senior positions of responsibility in the public sector, including as General Secretary at the Institute for the Development of Antioquia – IDEA (2013-2015) and at Metroplús S.A. (2017-2020), as well as roles such as Undersecretary of Procurement and Supplier Management and Selection for the Municipality of Medellín (2016-2017). She has extensive experience in contractual matters, working with the World Bank and other multilateral organizations, and in matters of corporate governance and transparency. She has participated in the merger, conversion and sale of financial entities, and between 1996 and 2007 she held positions as General Secretary, Legal Director and Compliance Officer at different banking entities and financing companies. She was also Head of the Legal Department at the Guarantee Fund for Financial Institutions (2008).
She currently works as a legal consultant, accompanying different clients in corporate law, compliance, transparency, contractual and commercial matters. Lead Auditor in ISO 37001: 2016 standard.
Dania Marcela Bocanegra
Cum Laude Business Administrator from the Universidad Militar Nueva Granada, with specific experience in Risk Management Systems against Money Laundering for different sectors. She has developed projects related to the processing of databases, activity monitoring and auditing, as well as projects related to the diagnosis of anti-bribery and anti-corruption compliance systems, business ethics, and risk management for companies in the real sector of the economy, as well as in health and education.
Lead Auditor in ISO 37001: 2016 standard.
Social communicator and journalist who graduated from the Universidad del Norte with experience in corporate communication, with an emphasis on digital marketing and academic research in social sciences. She has participated in research projects focused on inclusive education, assisting in editorial development and processes for scientific journals and designing digital strategies for creating content on web platforms and social networks.
She has been a volunteer in journalism ‘labs’, in projects around communication for social change and other social psychology initiatives.
Professional in International Business from the Santo Tomás University, with extensive knowledge and experience of project management. An experienced professional who has working for both public sector organizations and private companies, coordinating different projects across different stages from their planning and structuring, to their execution and closure. She has also been part of internal audit groups of the public sector, providing support in the implementation of ISO standards 31000 & ISO 37001.
She has worked on projects related to the prevention of violence, as well as the protection of human rights and social development, which have allowed her to develop her professional skills in a way that is focused on social responsibility targeting the prevention of activity related to corruption and promoting corporate social responsibility.
Lawyer, graduate of the Faculty of Jurisprudence at the Colegio Mayor de Nuestra Señora del Rosario (Rosario University), with a particular emphasis on Criminal Law. Currently studying a Master’s in Law, with an emphasis on Human Rights and Transitional Justice from the same university with experience in socio-legal research and the formulation of strategies around criminal liability and administrative liability processes against natural and legal persons. She is experienced in strategic litigation in the different areas of Criminal Law, Human Rights and Transitional Justice.
At the same time, she is also particularly interested in investigating the criminal responsibility of actors in the armed conflict and the high levels of impunity in Colombia that affect the rights of victims and wider society in general. This is her main research topic.
Lawyer from the Industrial University of Santander, who graduated with award-winning degree work. She is currently finishing a Master’s degree in Constitutional Law at the Universidad Externado de Colombia. She has experience of qualitative research, Constitutional Law and criminal law litigation. Her main areas of interest are human rights, transparency and the defense of constitutional guarantees.
Juan Pablo Contreras
Economist at the UDCA and in his final semester studying Political Science at Colombia’s National University (Universidad Nacional). His areas of interest revolve around public sector management, the analysis of public policies and sustainable social development. He has knowledge and experience of qualitative and quantitative social research. He is currently doing his internship at the Anti-Corruption Institute.