Neydy Casillas serves as senior counsel, OAS and Latin America, with ADF International.
Since joining ADF International in 2011, Casillas has spearheaded advocacy efforts with the United Nations, where she defended the sanctity of life, marriage, and family. She currently advocates for these issues with the Organization of American States in Washington, D.C. Casillas’ expertise lies in fighting the misuse of international law to undermine sovereignty, national constitutions, and domestic legislation protecting life and family. A veteran champion of social issues, Casillas has served as a delegate for Mexico to the Commission on Population and Development and for the Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations.
Casillas earned her law degree in 2002 from Panamerican University of Guadalajara, Mexico, where she served as an adjunct professor teaching international law.