Milena Sanchez de Boado, '99 MPA
2011-2012 Supreme Court Fellow
Federal Judicial Center
Milena Sanchez de Boado was the 2011-2012 Supreme Court Fellow assigned to the Federal Judicial Center. Before taking on this role, Milena worked at the World Bank, where she focused on rule of law projects in developing countries, including projects with ministries of justice, judicial councils, judicial training institutes, bar associations and academia. Milena holds a BA in political science and history from Muhlenberg College, as well as a MPA and JD from Syracuse University's Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs and College of Law, respectively.
Following her time at Maxwell, Milena worked for the United Nations Development Program in Zimbabwe, Africa, and at the United Nations Staff College in Turin, Italy. Her work at the World Bank includes women's and human rights as well as rule of law issues, with a focus on civil and common law legal systems in Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa and Eastern Europe. Her portfolio includes projects and analytical notes on projects such as the Peru Justice Sector Improvement Projects, the Grenada Public Services Modernization Project, an Africa Regional Justice Note: A Review & Lessons Learned, and, most recently, World Bank's The Crime and Violence in Central America Study.