Camilo Azcarate is a dispute resolution consultant with 25 years of experience as ombudsman, mediator, facilitator and trainer working for international organizations.
Previously, he managed the office of mediation services for the World Bank Group (2008 – 2018), lead ombuds at Princeton University (2003-2008) and Director of the Conflict Resolution Institute at FGCU’s Center for Leadership and Innovation/ Ombuds at the Business School (2000-2003).
Camilo teaches graduate-level courses at Columbia University and was a fellow at Harvard University’s Weatherhead Center for International Affairs (2017-2018). He has published papers in the journal Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution as well as articles on magazines of the Association for Conflict Resolution and the International Ombudsman Association (IOA).
Camilo holds a Juris Doctor (JD) from Universidad Javeriana, a Masters in Corporate Law (LLM) from Universidad San Buenaventura, and a Masters in Dispute Resolution (MA) from the University of Massachusetts. He has received several awards for his work in dispute resolution, including the “Don Paulson Award” for Excellence in Dispute Resolution and the award for “Outstanding Achievement in Dispute Resolution”.