Graciela Zamudio Campos

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Xally Guadalupe Uribe Núñez

Operations and strategic project coordinator

Xally earned her degree in International Relations from the Autonomous University of Baja California. Born and raised in Tijuana, Xally is a vital player in the accompaniment processes for our clients.

Xally is a field investigator at the organization and monitors federal court trials.

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Oscar Zamudio Campos

Founder and specialist in criminal law

Oscar earned a law degree from the Universidad Iberoamericana, and he has dedicated most of his professional career to the practice of litigation in criminal matters. In addition, from 2009 to 2013, he served in the Federal Judicial Branch and in the defunct Secretary of Public Security. Oscar is one of the founding partners of Alma Migrante, where he works as a defense attorney and strategist in litigation matters.

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Edgardo Zamudio Campos


Edgardo graduated as a medical doctor from the Universidad Anáhuac Norte and holds a postgraduate degree in Family Medicine from a university in Poza Rica, Veracruz. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Hospital Administration and Public Health and has three years of experience teaching Family Medicine.

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Linda Hamze

Fundraising Coordinator

Jorge Enrique Santiago Aburto

Emotional accompaniment

Jorge discovered his call to service to society when he began working in hospices for people with terminal illnesses, discovering that having training in thanatology is key to provide effective accompaniment.

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Evelia Gutiérrez Gutiérrez

Case accompaniment

Evelia has become a crucial member of the organization as a civilian representative of human rights defenders and an enemy of injustices.

Evelia joined Alma Migrante in October 2019. She is originally from Guadalajara, daughter of migrants, and a Tijuana resident of 15 years. Evelia closely knows the most vulnerable sectors in Tijuana and Rosarito. From that experience, she supports the cases of refugees or people in the process of gaining refugee status.

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Cristina Cruz Herrán

Transdisciplinary artist

Cristina obtained a Plastic Arts degree and a Law degree from the Autonomous University of Baja California. Her hometown, Tijuana, has influenced her disposition to be a human rights defender, particularly of people in transit or mobility. She has collaborated with Coalición Pro-Defensa del Migrante A.C., Madre Assunta A.C., Desayunador Salesiano del Padre Chava, A.C. and recently with Alma Migrante, A.C. She also continues her journey as a transdisciplinary artist.

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Denisse Gularte Romero


Denisse Gularte Romero is originally from Ensenada and currently resides in Tijuana. She works in the arts in painting, photography, and film; and has been coordinator of Recortos48, filosofest II and other art exhibitions. Another important element of her work is her collaboration with audiovisual production companies such as Spécola, Tesoro, Hausu media, and Haiku weddings. She is currently finishing her degree in Philosophy at the Autonomous University of Baja California, Tijuana, where she has been able to find theoretical support for a series of investigations related to cinema. Her work focuses on making short documentary films.

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Cassandra Meléndez

Asylum coordinator

Cassandra is in the last semester of her International Relations studies at UNAM. She has worked with non-profit organizations that focus on the 2030 agenda.

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