Learn More About: Cathleen Caron '92

Cathleen Caron is the founder and executive director of Justice in Motion, a New York-based nonprofit that protects migrant rights by ensuring justice across borders.  She is an attorney with human rights experience in the United States, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, and East Timor. Prior to launching Justice in Motion, Cathleen directed a needs assessment of human trafficking in East Timor for the Alola Foundation. She worked in Florida as a staff attorney with the Migrant Farmworker Justice Project and consulted on labor migration issues with Realizing Rights: The Ethical Globalization Initiative. Before law school, Cathleen spent more than three years in Guatemala assisting in human rights litigation, researching internal displacement, and directing an indigenous rights program for the United Nations.

Breaking the Mold is co-sponsored by the Center for Professional Development, the Tuck Center for Business, Government, & Society, the Rockerfeller Center for Public Policy and Social Sciences, and the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding.