International fellow, the Center for Legal and Social Studies
Aliza Hochman earned her B.A. in economics and international studies from Yale University. She specializes in Latin American studies, focusing on issues of human rights, transitional justice and economic development.
Aliza has worked as a U.S. Department of State intern at the U.S. Embassy in Santiago, Chile. She has also lived in China and Mexico.
She is the current recipient of the Charles P. Howland and Parker Huang International Public Interest Fellowships from Yale University.
She is also currently working as an international fellow at the Center for Legal and Social Studies (Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales), a human rights NGO in Buenos Aires.