International and Human Rights lawyer at Philip Morris International
Jennifer is an International and Human Rights lawyer currently working at Philip Morris International. More specifically, she is helping to advance its transformation goal of becoming a smoke-free company, with an emphasis on external stakeholder engagement projects.
She is a qualified expert in the design and execution of sustainability and stakeholder engagement strategies. Previously, Jennifer worked for international organizations including UNCITRAL, UNODC, UNCTAD/ITC, and last worked for the government of Israel as its Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs representative at the United Nations and other international organizations in Geneva.
Jennifer holds a Juris Doctor degree from Universidad de Chile, and an LL.M from University of California, Berkeley, as well as specialized diplomas in women’s rights, shared value, sustainability, and political affairs from IHEID, Harvard Business School, the Harvard School of Public Health, and Stanford University.