Jane Bennett joined the ICJ as Director of Finance and Administration in May 2017. Prior to ICJ, Jane served in similar positions at ICVA, a global network of humanitarian NGOs, in Geneva (2014-2017), the International Medical Corps in Jordan (2013-2014) and at the World YWCA in Geneva (2000-2012), and in a range of financial and administrative roles at the World Council of Churches, the World University Service, and the Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. Jane has a degree in European Studies from the University of Sussex, studied for one year as an exchange student at the Translation and Interpretation School of the University of Geneva, and qualified as a Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCA) in 1999.
Alexandra Garzotto joined the ICJ in August 2014. She studied in a Business School and holds a Master with a Finance specialization. After graduating, she worked as an Auditor in Luxembourg for five years. Then she worked for two years as Finance Officer in a Geneva bank.
Briony Potts joined the ICJ in February 2014. She studied History at the University of Warwick, holds a Masters Degree in Human Rights from Birkbeck, University of London, and a Graduate Diploma in Law from the University of Law Bloomsbury. Prior to joining the ICJ, Briony undertook an internship with the Cambodian Center for Human Rights in 2013 and worked at the UK Parliament from 2007-2014. She provides support to the ICJ Secretary-General and is responsible for liaising with the ICJ Executive Committee and Commission. Since 2015 Briony has been coordinating the ICJ’s work on women’s rights issues, particularly related to sexual and gender based violence and access to justice.