Salua Kamerow is an attorney from Colombia who has experience in domestic Alternative Dispute Resolution in her country. She came to the US to work for the Diplomatic Mission of Colombia in Miami in 2012. She matriculated into the Master of Laws Program at Penn State University where she focused on Domestic and International Arbitration; she graduated from the program in 2015. During her graduate studies at Penn State, she was a research assistant for Prof. Catherine Rogers. Her experience next to Prof. Rogers made her realize that the project of Arbitrator Intelligence is innovating and evolving International Arbitration. As a result of her work at Penn State, she decided to volunteer as an Arbitrator Intelligence Ambassador for which she helps to promote transparency in Latin-America through the collection of International awards residing in the Colombian courts.
Salua is concurrently writing a thesis for a Master of International Relations in Spain, for which she proposes the Permanent Court of Arbitration of The Hague to resolve the dispute between Colombia and Spain in regards to the property of the Galleon San Jose. Also, she will conclude an internship at the end of May 2016 at the Centre County Courthouse, where she interns for President Judge Thomas Kistler Jr. In 2015, Salua became a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. She is proficient in English and Spanish with a working knowledge of Arabic.