Felipe Navarro Lux

Policy & Advocacy Manager

Pronouns: he/him

Felipe leads CGRS’s policy advocacy for the protection of climate-displaced individuals and the promotion of humane and protection-centered U.S. migration policies towards Latin America. He is a frequent speaker on these issues, presenting in academic, advocacy, and media settings. Felipe also spearheads CGRS's Spanish language public education efforts.

Before joining CGRS, Felipe worked as a Department of Justice accredited representative at Catholic Charities of San Francisco, providing direct legal services, outreach, and public education in the immigrant community of San Mateo County, California. He also worked at the Center for Justice and Accountability, supporting cases involving serious human rights violations in different Latin American countries.

Prior to migrating to the United States, he served as in-house counsel for one of Colombia's largest television networks.

Languages: English, Spanish


Tufts University, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, M.A.L.D. 

Universidad de los Andes, Specialist in Journalism

Universidad de los Andes, LL.B.

Admitted to practice law in Colombia, South America.