Eva Nudd is an immigration and human rights attorney with vast experience in gender issues, women’s rights and international criminal law. She has previously worked as an immigration attorney in New York City assisting individuals from Middle East and Africa to obtain asylum status in the United States.
In 2013, Ms. Nudd spent summer in Kenya working on the police vetting, reparations and sexual and gender-based crimes with the International Center for Transitional Justice in Kenya. She also worked as a fellow with the Open Society Justice Initiative where her portfolio included providing legal and technical assistance to the International Criminal Court. She has also assisted in the prosecution of Radovan Karadzic at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia where she worked on reviewing evidence and testimonies of victims of sexual and gender based violence.
Ms. Nudd has a Juris Doctor degree from Fordham University School of Law, a Masters in International Relations, with a focus on Human Rights, from Seton Hall University and a bachelor degree in psychology from University of Iowa.