Masters in Public Policy, Harvard University 

Daniela Philipson Garcia currently works as a Data Analyst at the Center for Policing Equity. She previously served as a Policy Analyst at the Office of the Inspector General for NYPD, specializing in the intersections between police oversight, public health, surveillance technology, and gender-based violence. A policy enthusiast and researcher, Philipson Garcia has also served as a Security Policy Advisor to the Speaker of the Senate of Mexico, a Citizen Security and Justice Consultant to the Interamerican Development Bank, and a Women, Peace and Security Fellow at the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom. As a WIIS Next Generation Fellow, Philipson Garcia seeks to support her research on violent extremism, organized crime, and gender in Mexico and Colombia. She has published several pieces for Spanish-media sources-Animal Político and Nexos-on Mexico’s Feminist Foreign Policy and National Action Plan on UNSCR 1325. Dani is a Fulbright-García Robles Scholar.