National Association of Attorneys General
Gina Cabrejo joined NAAG in January 2018 as its NAGTRI criminal justice instructor for Latin American programs. She was born and raised in Colombia, South America. She has professional experience and expertise in the public and private sector, in disciplines as diverse as finance, banking, criminal and administration. Gina has held positions at a national level in the application of law, the fight against corruption and the laundering of assets as a source of financing terrorism. She trained prosecutors in Colombia in the implementation of the new oral accusatory legal system established with a new rule ‘principio de oportunidad.”
She counseled an investment bank in the merger of two companies to ensure it was operating in accordance with statutes and other legal documents. Gina has also worked as an international observer in the Dominican Republic elections on behalf of the Junta Central Electoral, given her acquired knowledge in the U.S. electoral process due to an awarded recognition from the international visitor leadership program.
She was an anti-corruption prosecutor at the Office of the Attorney General in Colombia where she was responsible for investigating the functionaries of the state who have committed acts of corruption, tax evasion, fraud against private individuals and the state, and individuals who falsified documents, among others criminal activities.
In 2015, Gina moved to the United States to study English and study for an LL.M in International Law at Stetson University College of Law in Saint Petersburg, Fla. In July 2016, she started Optional Practical Training (OPT) for one year with an immigration law firm in Tampa, Fla.
Gina’s law degree specialized in negotiation and international affairs, and she has a master’s degree in International Law, LL.M. as well from Stetson University.