Ph.D. University of Nebraska at Omaha
Office: (Imperial Valley Campus)
Esperanza Camargo received her doctorate from University of Nebraska, Omaha. She is currently an assistant professor of criminal justice at the School of Public Affairs, San Diego State University, Imperial Valley Campus. As a public official for the Colombian government as well as a United Nations Consultant in Colombia, she has worked on issues such as human rights, family violence, urban violence, and juvenile gang intervention. She is currently interested in measuring the impact of gender inequality and violence against women on migration as well as on making international comparisons to measure the prevalence of family violence among various cultures, analyze the factors that influence family violence within these cultures, and analyze the manifestations of family and domestic violence among these cultures as well as to measure the impact of family violence on the migration.