Camila Urbina

Senior Manager, Institutional Partnerships

World Food Program USA

Camila Urbina is the Senior Manager for Institutional Partnerships. She is a former human rights lawyer and negotiator with ten years of global experience in fundraising and program management. Camila previously worked on development non-profits across Latin America, emergency humanitarian operations for WFP in Sudan and Timor-Leste, and government relations in France. She also served as a political advisor for the Colombian Mission to the UN Security Council in New York. In the US she had worked for Bloomberg Philanthropies, CDC Foundation and Morehouse School of Medicine. She fundraised over 100M from governments, corporations and foundations for global health and food security programs. She has a passion for advocating food security and creating effective public-private partnerships.

Camila was born and raised in Medellin, Colombia, and loves read, dance (anything from salsa to ballet) and watercolor painting.