Ginette Deneumostier MILE 14
Ginnette Deneumostier holds a Juris Doctor (JD) Degree from the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru in Lima. She is a native Spanish speaker with fluency in English. Since 2006, she has been working as a legal advisor providing assistance on customs, trade and logistics-related matters. As a Legal Advisor for the Peruvian Association of Express Service Companies (APESE), she participated in the implementation process of the U.S.A – Peru Trade Promotion Agreement regarding the Customs Administration and Trade Facilitation chapter. She was also selected as the Regional Andean Coordinator for the Latin American Conference of Express Companies’ (CLADEC) Customs Committee, where she compiled and analyzed the compliance level of the Revised Kyoto Convention principles and the World Customs Organization’s (WCO) Immediate Release Guidelines in Latin-America. In 2011 as the Executive Director for the National Council for the Physical Distribution of Goods (CONUDFI), she had an active role promoting the improvement to IT systems for ongoing customs and logistics modernization projects, as well as conducting a follow-up work regarding port concession contracts.Most recently in 2012, working as an Independent Consultant in Trade Facilitation and Customs Procedures for the USAID - Peru/Andean Trade Capacity Building Program (PATCB), Ginnette was the Project Team Leader for the implementation of the Express Delivery commitments under the U.S Colombia Trade Promotion Agreement (CTPA) in Colombia, conducting diagnostic studies of the current clearance procedure, defining the new operational model proposal and providing concrete recommendations based on international best practices. In her free time she enjoys traveling and experiencing new cultures and foods.She truly believes that the MILE will help her increase her knowledge and enrich her understanding of international trade, in order to contribute in the definition of her country’s trading policy.