Maureen Meyer "directs WOLA’s Mexico work and handles general Central America-related concerns such as human rights and electoral issues. Before joining WOLA, Maureen lived and worked for five years in Mexico City, primarily with the Miguel Agustin Pro Juarez Human Rights Center. Prior, Ms. Meyer was an International Development Fellow with Catholic Relief Services in the Dominican Republic and she also served as part of the Mexico Country Coordination Group for Amnesty International USA (1998-2001). She has extensive experience working on human rights, trade, and development issues and has worked with various human rights and economic globalization networks in Latin America and internationally. Maureen has an MA in International Development from American University and a BA in Anthropology and Spanish from the University of Arizona." 
- Associate for Mexico and Central America, Washington Office on Latin America
Resources and articles
- Staff, Washington Office on Latin America, accessed April 13, 2010.