Naomi Glassman is the current Pinto Fellow with RFK Human Rights. She graduated from Georgetown in 2018 with a JD and MA in Latin American Studies. During her joint degree, Naomi spent a summer in Chile doing research at the Vicaria de la Solidaridad on the use of international human rights law during the dictatorship and a summer in Colombia working at the Consejo de Estado focusing on the intersection of administrative law and the Peace Accords. While at Georgetown, Naomi also participated in the CALS immigration clinic, representing a woman and her children in gaining asylum in the US, and was co-President of the International Migrants Bill of Rights (IMBR) student chapter.
Naomi graduated from Swarthmore College with a BA in Latin American Studies and has previously spent time working or studying in Peru, Guatemala, and Ecuador. Naomi is fluent in Spanish and is learning Sesotho.