Carmen Kcomt is a foreign attorney and former Magistrate from Peru; she has served in the Judicial Power for 10 years as a Superior Court Family and Juvenile Judge. Ms. Kcomt holds a Master’s Degree in International Law of Human Rights, she was a professor in two universities in Peru, Carmen has also worked for United Nations supervising the comply of the rights of the prisoners in detention centers in the northern part of Peru. Carmen was a guest teacher in the University of San Diego. She received the “Manual Wiley Award “ for her work as a volunteer with San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program, she is the Delegate for the State of California before the Refugee Congress and the United Nations High Commissioner of Refugees, in 2014 she was awarded with the “Local Hero Hispanic Heritage “ by KPBS National broadcast, the last year she received the “Distinguished Citizen “ award by the San Diego County Bar Association, she is also graduated from the FBI Citizens Academy and from the District Attorney and Sheriff office Citizens Academy 2016. Ms. Kcomt is a prolific author, having written over 80 articles in newspapers in Peru and in San Diego, and has co–‐authored two textbooks regarding domestic violence and children’s human rights. Carmen is a member of the American Bar Association and currently she is the Director of the Legal and Social Department with La Maestra Community Health Centers, in charge of the Human Trafficking Program.