Rachel Neild "was WOLA’s Public Security Reform Program Director (through December of 2003) working on issues of international police assistance and democratic police reforms in Haiti, Central America and Mexico, with a particular focus on the role of civil society in defining new citizen security debates. She has published extensively on these issues (many papers are available through WOLA’s web site) and works as a consultant periodically, including for the Inter-American Development Bank and Open Society Institute’s Justice Initiative in Latin America and other regions. She has a Masters degree in International Affairs from Columbia University. Before joining WOLA, she worked for the Inter-American Institute of Human Rights and Human Rights Watch/America. " 
- Senior Fellow, Washington Office on Latin America
Resources and articles
- Staff, Washington Office on Latin America, accessed April 13, 2010.