Patricia Ollé Tejero joined All Survivors Project (ASP) in December 2016. Since 2020 she has co-led ASP’s work in Colombia where she engages with victim/survivor networks, national entities and transitional justice mechanisms. In this context, she has conducted research on patterns of CRSV against men and boys and on barriers to accessing responses. Patricia has also conducted extensive desk-based research on sexual violence against LGBTI+ people in other situations of conflict and is a member of the South-South Institute on Sexual Violence community. Since 2015 she has also been involved in projects supporting access to health and education for indigenous communities in the rural highlands of Guatemala. Patricia earned her Master’s degree in International Development and Humanitarian Emergencies at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and received a Bachelor in International Relations from Richmond the American International University in London.