Luis Jorge Garay-Salamanca
Industrial Engineer and Magister in Economics. Ph. D. in Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, U.S. Visiting Scholar at the universities of Oxford and Cambridge (U.K.). Visiting Scholar and Consultant at the Inter-American Development Bank, the United Nations, the National Planning Department and Ministries of Finance, Foreign Trade and Foreign Affairs in Colombia. Director of the National Process of Verification of Human, Social and Economic Rights of the forced displaced population in Colombia. Luis has authored more than 90 books, numerous essays and scientific articles, in topics such as international migration and remittances, international trade and economic integration, foreign debt management, industrial development and international competitiveness, globalization, corruption and capture of State, and transnational criminal networks.
Chief Executive Officer
Philosopher and MsC in Political Science. Profiled by OZY Magazine (US) and Philosophy Now (UK) as “The Crime-Fighting Philosopher”, and by El Mundo (Spain) as a "Modern Sherlock Holmes". Eduardo has researched in the areas of organized crime, corruption, State Capture and various trafficking and criminal markets. He has collaborated for books and magazines published in various languages, as a researcher and also as activist on science and empirical knowledge. Eduardo has taught in the areas of Scientific Thought, Evolution, Genetics and Artificial Intelligence for Social Scientists and Philosophers. As partner, advisor or consultant, he researches on the structure and impact of Transnational Criminal Networks worldwide. Publishers, such as TASCHEN and Thames & Hudson, and galleries, such as the Serpentine Gallery, London, have presented his visual work on criminal networks.
José Arturo Cano
Senior Software Engineer with 13 years of experience in web application development with a strong passion for Application Frameworks that encourage simplicity and Rapid Development for Publicity, Information Management, E-commerce, Gaming or Entertainment. Interested especially in law and pure sciences like mathematics and physics.
Ángela María Castro
Professional in Government and International Relations, MsC in Public Management and master studies in Social Intervention. Consultant on development, implementation and monitoring of public policies with over nine years of experience working with public, non-profit and civil society organizations; with expertise in subjects of open government, anti-corruption policies, institutional strengthening, and public innovation, as well as technical and practical knowledge of public administration and policy making processes. With skills to coordinate, implement and lead key-partners and stakeholders during the execution of inter-institutional and international cooperation projects.
Ashley is a South Korean and a bilingual undergraduate at San Diego State University. She works at "The Daily Aztec," San Diego State University's student-run campus newspaper as a news writer. With articles published on "The Daily Aztec" and an article published on "The San Diego Union-Tribune," a local and metropolitan daily print newspaper, she aspires to work as an investigative reporter.