Caitlin M. Kelly is the Legal Program Officer for Latin America at the International Institute on Race, Equality and Human Rights. In this role, Caitlin works with human rights defenders in Latin America, focusing on the administration of justice in Cuba and the right to nationality in the Dominican Republic.
Prior to joining Race and Equality, Caitlin was a Policy Fellow at Planned Parenthood Federation of America, where she was responsible for providing legal analysis on proposed state legislation affecting reproductive rights. She also was the Helton Fellow at Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, where she assisted in litigation and advocacy before the Inter-American System of Human Rights. Caitlin also has experience working in Colombia, where she clerked with a judge in the Justice and Peace Tribunal and conducted a study of the Colombian transitional justice system.
Kelly was an event speaker at the Dialogue.