María Alejandra Silva Ortega is a senior program coordinator at IWMF, where she supports the IWMF’s physical and digital safety initiatives, including Hostile Environment Trainings, safety workshops, The Coalition Against Online Abuse and more. Maria Alejandra joined the IWMF in January 2019. Before this, she interned for the Washington Office on Latin America and worked as a research associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs.
María Alejandra Holds a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs with a concentration in Conflict Resolution from the George Washington University. She is an Enosinian Scholar and is fluent in Spanish and French.