Adriana López is a Co-Director of Client Advocacy at the Tahirih Justice Center, where she leads the implementation of Tahirih’s interdisciplinary service delivery model, oversees social services program standards, monitoring and evaluation, and facilitates best practices across offices nationally. López was previously the Program Manager at Tahirih’s Washington, D.C. area office, where she oversaw the delivery of social services to immigrant survivors of gender-based violence. Prior to Tahirih, López worked at the NYC Alliance Against Sexual Assault, where she co-led the Regional Center for Sexual Violence Prevention. López has also worked at Kids In Need of Defense, where she conducted advocacy in Central America and oversaw the delivery of psychosocial services for children facing deportation to Guatemala. López has a MSW from the University of Michigan, and an MSc in Gender and Development from the London School of Economics.