Alvaro Herrero is a governance, transparency and rule of law expert with extensive experience in Latin America. He most recently served as Under Secretary for Strategic Management and Institutional Quality at the government of Buenos Aires City. Mr. Herrero was the Carter Center’s city representative in Buenos Aires for the Inform Women, Transform Lives campaign, serving as a liaison with the Mayor’s office. He has an extensive career in civil society and currently serves as Coordinator of the Open Justice International Network. He is the author of two recently published books on open justice and public innovation. He also served as a consultant for UNDP, USAID, IDB and World Bank projects in more than eighteen countries in Latin America. He holds a law degree (Universidad Nacional de La Plata), a master’s degree in Latin American Studies (Georgetown University) and a PhD in Political Science (University of Oxford).

Alvaro Herrero will participate in the World Justice Forum working session Inform Women, Transform Lives: Cities Increasing Equitable Access to Municipal Services