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Martín Coria

Regional Coordinator

Martín is responsible for the overall direction and implementation of the CWS Latin America and Caribbean regional plan. He has worked with CWS since 2001, the first four years out of the main office in New York city and since 2005 based in the region. Martín has a law degree  from the Universidad de Buenos Aires and an MPA in Non-Profit Management from New York University. Before CWS, he held positions in the Argentina government, including the judiciary. Martín served two terms on the board of directors of long-time CWS partner the Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA).

 

 

Luciano Cadoni

Program Officer for the Protection of the Rights of the Child

Luciano joined CWS in 2011 to work with partners to strengthen and expand our programs serving children and youth in Nicaragua, Dominican Republic, Brazil, Haiti and Uruguay. He is a Physical Education professor and also has a Sports Management Certificate from the University of South Africa (UNISA). He worked for eight years in Africa, primarily South Africa and Mozambique, as well as a on the Thai/Burma border in Asia with different NGOs that use soccer and sport as a tool for social development.

 

 

Margot de Greef

Country representative Haiti

Margot was born and raised in the Netherlands and moved to Haiti early 2008. After having worked with Mennonite Central Committee for a number of years, she started as country representative for CWS in Haiti in 2011. She accompanies local partners and CWS initiatives focused on child domestic workers, disabled people and agricultural cooperatives.

 

 

Rony Janvier

Program Officer Haiti

Rony is Haitian. He joined CWS as program officer in 2012 accompanying local partners and CWS initiatives focused on child domestic workers, disabled people and agricultural cooperatives. Prior to CWS he worked for the cell phone company Comcel/ Voila in Haiti where he held the position of Warehouse Supervisor. He studied accountancy and is currently studying theology.