Suzie Wnukowska-Mtonga is the Legal Program Manager of the TrialWatch initiative at the Foundation and is engaged across the full range of TrialWatch’s work, from monitoring to reporting to advocacy. Previously, she was the Global Public Service Fellow at the Center for Reproductive Rights. Suzie commenced her legal career in commercial law, practicing as an attorney at the Australian law firm of Gilbert & Tobin before working as in-house counsel and pro bono coordinator at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Suzie also started the not-for-profit Rights Nights, which focused on educating the Australian public on human rights issues. She authored “The Real Impact of Impact Litigation,” published in the Florida Journal of International Law. Suzie holds an LL.M from Columbia Law School, where she graduated as a James Kent Scholar. She also holds an LL.B with First Class Honors and a B.A. (majoring in International Relations) from the Australian National University. Suzie is fluent in Polish.