Camila Cabrera is a 2023 graduate of the LL.M. in National and Global Health Law program. She is originally from Colombia.

Cabrera is interested in equitable access to health, drug price regulation, the introduction of innovative therapies to underdeveloped markets, gender equality in the health sector, and reimbursement and healthcare access models. She also holds an interest in compliance programs, as well as in risk assessment and tailored monitoring plans for effective compliance.

Prior to enrolling at Georgetown Law, Cabrera worked as a lawyer at Colombia’s Institute of Food and Drug Surveillance, where she handled citizens’ petitions on legal and regulatory interpretation. At a law firm, she also advised clients on marketing regulatory matters and sanctioning processes. She also worked as a standards and governance manager at a biotech company, where she supported the business in assessing potential risks and evaluating solutions. In addition, she interned at the Colombia’s Embassy in Paris, France, where she collaborated with the Cultural Counselor in organizing cultural events.

Cabrera holds an Undergraduate in Law from Universidad del Rosario in Bogotá, Colombia where she was valedictorian of her year. She also holds a postgraduate degree in corporate law from Universidad de los Andes and a Diploma in Compliance from Universidad Externado de Colombia.

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