María Alejandra Nuño Ruiz Velasco, Fourth Visiting General, is a Law graduate of the Occidental Technological Institute and College A.C., of Guadalajara, Jalisco and a Master’s degree in International Law for Human Rights from the University of Essex, England. From 2001-2006, Alejandra worked as an attorney for the Center for Justice and International Rights, where she litigated and contributed in several cases of violations of human rights, before the Commission and Inter-American Court of Human Rights. Alejandra also collaborated for the Center of Justice and International Rights by organizing workshops and training sessions for several different organizations and entities of Central America and Mexico. She also contributed to the production of documents and manuals, created in order to support the implementation of international and Inter-American instruments of justice. Alejandra has written several essays, such as: The Defense of Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights in the Inter-American System, an article published by CODEHUCA in Costa Rica; and The Protection of Social Wellbeing in the Americas, published by Renglones Magazine of ITESO University.