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Mercy For Animals is the largest and most effective international charity focused exclusively on preventing cruelty to farmed animals.

As part of an international team of innovators changing the world, you will do the most meaningful work of your life at Mercy For Animals.

We’ve obtained unprecedented convictions of factory farms, pressured major companies to change how they treat animals, inspired millions to choose more plant-based foods, and won major legislative victories.

We believe each of us deserves to bring our whole self to a safe environment where we can do our best work. At Mercy For Animals, we foster an inclusive workplace where we lift one another up. Surveys and a staff-led culture committee elevate our staff’s voices.

We provide strong protections for our team members, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, age, or race. We extend these policies to interactions with donors, volunteers, interns, and contractors. Committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion, Mercy For Animals celebrates LGBTQ+ pride, supports women’s rights, and promotes the anti-racist principles of the Black Lives Matter movement. Join our mission to build a just and compassionate food system.

We offer employees ample time off, flexible schedules, telecommuting opportunities, and generous benefits. Self-care, mindfulness, and work-life balance are essential to building a sustainable movement for animals. Our offices are also dog-friendly and vegan.

Our staff is our most valuable asset. Continual learning is part of everything we do. Employees have access to a resource library with thousands of training videos. Mercy For Animals also offers excellent opportunities for advancement.

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    Government Affairs and Public Policy
  • Policy Manager

    Policy Manager

    Remote in the United States 

    Mercy For Animals aims to construct a compassionate food system by reducing suffering and ending the exploitation of animals for food. We envision a world where animals are respected, protected, and free to pursue their own interests.
     

    As a leading farmed animal advocacy organization, we know that achieving this goal requires a diverse, inclusive, and collaborative work environment—one that welcomes and sparks new perspectives and innovative ideas. If you are passionate about our mission, driven to make a big impact for animals, and eager to be part of a dedicated team, join us to help spread compassion around the globe.

    Currently, Mercy For Animals is looking for a policy manager to join our government affairs and public policy team. 

    As policy manager, you will identify opportunities and develop strategies to drive and defend state and local legislation, regulations, and government policies that further Mercy For Animals’ objectives and help create a more compassionate food system.

    You will do invaluable work:

    • Create campaign plans through research and analysis, and implement, monitor, and modify them as appropriate to achieve objectives
    • Lobby at the local and state levels, working with legislators and regulatory agencies to advance Mercy For Animals policy initiatives
    • Supervise the policy analyst 
    • Manage contract lobbyists to ensure they deliver results aligned with Mercy For Animals’ mission
    • Draft persuasive correspondence, fact sheets, op-eds, and testimony 
    • Build, manage, and lead diverse coalitions, including those with political organizations and associations not traditionally involved in animal protection, to expand support for Mercy For Animals’ legislative priorities
    • Foster bipartisan relationships with individuals, institutions, and organizations to positively influence and gain support for initiatives
    • Ensure Mercy For Animals’ compliance with state and federal laws regarding lobbying and lobbyist registration
    • Adhere to all people operations and administrative policies and procedures
    • Perform any other duties assigned

    Your qualifications will take our government affairs and public policy team to the next level:

    • Minimum five years’ experience working with elected officials to advance a legislative agenda
    • Deep understanding of local and state legislative and political processes and a proven ability to develop and implement strategies to influence these processes
    • History of fostering positive relationships with legislators and other elected officials with different backgrounds and priorities
    • Experience managing a team of advocates or lobbyists and mentoring junior team members in career growth
    • High level of integrity and strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to build and maintain trusted relationships
    • Excellent organizational, planning, and time-management skills
    • Ability to work simultaneously on multiple issues of varying complexity while meeting deadlines with deliverables
    • Exceptional written and oral communication skills, including public speaking 
    • Ability to work both independently and as an effective team member
    • Commitment to the mission and values of the organization
    • Willingness to travel
    • Awareness of and sensitivity to the needs and concerns of individuals from diverse cultures and backgrounds
    • Commitment and openness to continued personal and organizational growth in principles of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice

    Is this the right fit? Absolutely, if this sounds like you:

    I’m a highly motivated government affairs professional, experienced in influencing legislation and policy at the state and local levels. I have exceptional interpersonal skills and enjoy collaborating and building relationships. An experienced manager, I have a proven track record of mentoring and empowering junior team members. I thrive under pressure and deadlines and manage time and resources effectively. Fiercely passionate about animal welfare initiatives and Mercy For Animals’ mission, I am eager to think strategically about advancing policies that support this mission.

    About Your Team Leader

    Your team leader, the director of government affairs in the United States, joined Mercy For Animals in July 2019 after careers in litigation and lobbying at the state and local levels. She has a deep understanding of the law and legislative policy work. A lifelong animal lover, environmentalist, and social justice activist, she believes we will not create a more compassionate food system without an intersectional and inclusive movement. She values ambition, encourages out-of-the-box thinking, and believes a whiteboard is the secret to any successful brainstorming session. Your team leader shares her home office with a motley crew of pit bulls and foster dogs and apologizes in advance for background noise. 

    Compensation and Benefits 

    Earn an annual salary of $66,000–$70,000, depending on qualifications, and enjoy a commute-free life as a remote team member. In addition to a collaborative and innovative work environment, you will be able to take part in our benefits package, including no- or low-cost health, vision, and dental insurance; generous paid time off and sick leave; and a 401(k) retirement plan, with a dollar-to-dollar employer match of up to 3 percent of your annual salary.

    Application Details

    We consider traditional and nontraditional qualifications and carefully review each application, resume, and cover letter. Feel encouraged to go outside the norm of a traditional cover letter and state how you would add to our culture; what we would gain from having you on our team; and how you align with our organizational vision, mission, and values. 

    Our Commitment to You

    Mercy For Animals is a globally minded organization. We are committed to the principles of equity and justice, and our culture celebrates authenticity, enabling every team member to shine. All employment decisions are based solely on individual qualifications, job needs, and job requirements, and potential team members of every color, orientation, age, gender, origin, veteran status, and ability are encouraged to apply. We strive to include and encourage candidates from historically marginalized communities and those from or in communities impacted by environmental, social, and economic injustice. 

    Come as you are, and help us transform our society and construct a truly compassionate food system.

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    Apply Now!
  • Senior Federal Policy Advisor

    Senior Federal Policy Advisor

    Remote in the United States (Washington, DC, metro area)

    Mercy For Animals aims to construct a compassionate food system by reducing suffering and ending the exploitation of animals for food. We envision a world where animals are respected, protected, and free to pursue their own interests.

    As a leading farmed animal advocacy organization, we know that achieving this goal requires a diverse, inclusive, and collaborative work environment—one that welcomes and sparks new perspectives and innovative ideas. If you are passionate about our mission, driven to make a big impact for animals, and eager to be part of a dedicated team, join us to help spread compassion around the globe.

    Currently, Mercy For Animals is looking for a senior federal policy advisor. 

    As senior federal policy advisor, you will identify opportunities and partner with the director of government affairs on strategies for driving U.S. federal policy change that will help create a more compassionate food system. 

    You will do invaluable work:

    • Identify opportunities and develop strategies that further Mercy For Animals’ legislative and regulatory objectives, specifically at the federal level
    • Create campaign plans through research and analysis, and implement, monitor, and modify them as necessary to achieve objectives
    • Lobby at the federal level, working with legislators and regulatory agencies to advance policy initiatives
    • Manage contract lobbyists to ensure they deliver results aligned with Mercy For Animals’ mission
    • Draft persuasive correspondence, fact sheets, op-eds, and testimony 
    • Build, manage, and lead diverse coalitions, including those with political organizations and associations not traditionally involved in animal protection, to expand support for Mercy For Animals’ legislative priorities
    • Foster bipartisan relationships with individuals, institutions, and organizations to positively influence and gain support for initiatives
    • Ensure Mercy For Animals’ compliance with state and federal laws regarding lobbying and lobbyist registration
    • Adhere to all people operations and administrative policies and procedures
    • Perform any other duties assigned

    Your qualifications will take our government affairs department to the next level:

    • Minimum five years’ experience (seven preferred) working with elected officials, specifically at the federal level, to advance a legislative agenda 
    • Deep understanding of U.S. congressional and cabinet policymaking processes and the role of think tanks, associations, and NGOs, with a proven ability to develop and implement strategies to influence these processes
    • Established relationships with senior staff of key congressional decision-makers
    • Ability to communicate effectively with both Republican and Democratic members of Congress and their staff
    • Ability to analyze issues, formulate arguments, and succinctly communicate complex concepts at the highest level of U.S. government
    • Good judgment and strong political acumen, with the ability to identify and influence critical legislators, mobilize allies, and maintain relationships with key stakeholders
    • Ability to anticipate emerging issues, prioritize and balance competing issues, and direct resources accordingly
    • High level of integrity and strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to build and maintain trusted relationships
    • Experience building diverse coalitions, leveraging networks, and finding common ground among stakeholders with different perspectives and priorities
    • Excellent organizational, planning, and time-management skills
    • Ability to work simultaneously on multiple issues of varying complexity while meeting deadlines with deliverables
    • Exceptional written and oral communication skills, including public speaking 
    • Ability to work both independently and as an effective team member
    • Commitment to the mission and values of the organization
    • Willingness to travel
    • Awareness of and sensitivity to the needs and concerns of individuals from diverse cultures and backgrounds
    • Commitment and openness to continued personal and organizational growth in principles of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice

    Is this the right fit? Absolutely, if this sounds like you:

    I’m a highly motivated, well-connected government affairs professional, with a wealth of political knowledge and exceptional interpersonal and relationship-building skills. I enjoy collaborating, thrive under pressure and deadlines, and manage time and resources effectively. Fiercely passionate about animal welfare initiatives and Mercy For Animals’ mission, I am determined to think creatively and strategically about how to advance this mission through federal policy.

    About Your Team Leader

    Your team leader, the director of government affairs in the United States, joined Mercy For Animals in July 2019 after careers in litigation and state and local lobbying. She has a deep understanding of the law and legislative policy work. A lifelong animal lover, environmentalist, and social justice activist, she believes we will not create a more compassionate food system without an intersectional and inclusive movement. She values ambition, encourages out-of-the-box thinking, and believes a whiteboard is the secret to any successful brainstorming session. Your team leader shares her home office with a motley crew of pit bulls and foster dogs and apologizes in advance for background noise.  

    Compensation and Benefits 

    Earn an annual salary of $82,000–$88,000, depending on qualifications, and enjoy a commute-free life as a remote team member. In addition to a collaborative and innovative work environment, you will be able to take part in our benefits package, including no- or low-cost health, vision, and dental insurance; generous paid time off and sick leave; and a 401(k) retirement plan, with a dollar-to-dollar employer match of up to 3 percent of your annual salary.

    Application Details

    We consider traditional and nontraditional qualifications and carefully review each application, resume, and cover letter. Feel encouraged to go outside the norm of a traditional cover letter and state how you would add to our culture; what we would gain from having you on our team; and how you align with our organizational vision, mission, and values. 

    Our Commitment to You

    Mercy For Animals is a globally minded organization. We are committed to the principles of equity and justice, and our culture celebrates authenticity, enabling every team member to shine. All employment decisions are based solely on individual qualifications, job needs, and job requirements, and potential team members of every color, orientation, age, gender, origin, veteran status, and ability are encouraged to apply. We strive to include and encourage candidates from historically marginalized communities and those from or in communities impacted by environmental, social, and economic injustice. 

    Come as you are, and help us transform our society and construct a truly compassionate food system.

    By submitting your information, you are indicating that you have read our Privacy Policy and accept its terms.

    Apply Now!
  • Operations
  • Senior Vice President of Operations

    Senior Vice President of Operations

    Los Angeles Office or Remote in the United States

    As senior vice president of operations, you will be responsible for the strategic leadership and general oversight of the finance, technology, and operations teams. You will set short- and long-term goals for the operations division to ensure ongoing efficiency, effectiveness, and sustainability in Mercy For Animals’ business operations. 

    In partnership with other senior leaders, you will spearhead a mission to develop, implement, oversee, and evaluate Mercy For Animals’ strategic plan and objectives, as well as participate in managing the organization. 

    You will do invaluable work:

    • Guide and oversee the design and implementation of short- and long-term objectives of the finance, technology, and operations teams, and ensure alignment with the organization’s overall vision, mission, and goals
    • Partner with the senior leadership team on the development, implementation, and evaluation of strategic plans, goals, and objectives, and proactively participate in managing the organization as a whole
    • Provide leadership, oversight, and mentorship to the finance, technology, and operations teams, and promote a culture of empowerment, ownership, and accountability aligned with our core values and leadership principles
    • Lead the design, review, evaluation, and improvement of operations policies, procedures, processes, and systems toward organizational and programmatic efficiency, effectiveness, and fiscal sustainability
    • Represent the organization as necessary, including serving as a spokesperson and attending important functions, events, press conferences, and meetings 
    • Follow all organizational policies and procedures
    • Perform any other duties as assigned 

    Your qualifications will take our operations division to the next level:

    • Bachelor’s degree in business administration or another relevant field
    • Minimum of 10 years’ related professional experience, with three years in a strategic operational leadership role 
    • Minimum of five years’ team-leadership experience
    • Strong business acumen, with a proven background in effective strategy design and execution
    • Proven strategic problem-solving and critical-thinking skills
    • Excellent communication, presentation, and people skills
    • Strong mentoring, coaching, and leadership skills, with the ability to motivate, engage, and influence others
    • Ability to remain calm and focused under pressure
    • Willingness and ability to travel regularly
    • Commitment to the mission, vision, and objectives of the organization
    • Commitment and openness to continued personal and organizational growth in diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice principles

     

    Is this the right fit? Absolutely, if this sounds like you:

    I’m a positive and proactive leader, with an innate ability to inspire and motivate others.

    A strong communicator with exceptional interpersonal skills, I am a highly effective

    advocate and can smoothly navigate even the most difficult conversations and

    situations. I thrive under pressure and deadlines, and I know how to manage time and

    resources effectively. 

    Compensation and Benefits 

    Earn an annual salary of $90,000–$98,000, depending on qualifications, and enjoy a commute-free life as a remote team member. In addition to a collaborative and innovative work environment, you will be able to take part in our benefits package, including no- or low-cost health, vision, and dental insurance; generous paid time off and sick leave; and 401(k) retirement plan, with a dollar-to-dollar employer match of up to 3 percent of your annual salary.

     

    We consider traditional and nontraditional qualifications, so be sure to convey in your cover letter your general fit for the role, outlining relevant experience and your overall alignment with our organizational vision, mission, and values. 

    Mercy For Animals is a globally minded organization. We embrace new perspectives and innovative ideas that come only from a diverse, inclusive, and collaborative work environment. We are committed to the principles of equality, equity, and justice, and our culture celebrates authenticity, enabling every team member to be their best self. All employment decisions are based solely on individual qualifications, job needs, and job requirements, and potential team members of every color, orientation, age, gender, origin, veteran status, and ability are encouraged to apply. We strive to include and encourage candidates from historically marginalized communities and those from or in communities impacted by environmental, social, and economic injustice. 

    Come as you are, and help us transform our society and construct a truly compassionate food system.


    By submitting your information, you are indicating that you have read our Privacy Policy and accept its terms.

    Apply Now!
  • Development
  • Vice President of Development

    Vice President of Development

    Los Angeles Office or Remote in the United States

     

    Mercy For Animals aims to construct a compassionate food system by reducing suffering and ending the exploitation of animals for food. We envision a world where animals are respected, protected, and free to pursue their own interests. 

     

    As a leading farmed animal advocacy organization, we know that achieving this goal requires a diverse, inclusive, and collaborative work environment—one that welcomes and sparks new perspectives and innovative ideas. If you are passionate about our mission, driven to make a big impact for animals, and eager to be part of a collaborative team, join us to help spread compassion around the globe.

     

    Currently, Mercy For Animals is looking for an extraordinary development leader to join our team. 

     

    As vice president of development, you will lead a high-volume, high-quality donor-centered fundraising enterprise. In this new position, you will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for annual giving, leadership giving, advancement services, donor relations, and events and guide a team of motivated, high-performance fundraising professionals toward success.  

     

    You will expand a mission to make our fundraising system leaner, more responsive to donors, and quicker to capitalize on innovation and increase our revenue from annual and mid-level giving, sustainers, events, and foundations through data-driven, donor-focused strategies. 

     

    You will do invaluable work:

    • Spearhead the effort to make the Mercy For Animals fundraising system leaner, more responsive to donors, and quicker to capitalize on innovation
    • Oversee project management to keep teams on budget and on time
    • Increase our revenue from annual and mid-level giving, sustainers, events, and foundations through data-driven, donor-focused strategies
    • Lead and support a team of dedicated development professionals and promote their success through training, coaching, and mentoring
    • Ensure department efficiency by overseeing business processes, optimizing development operations, and supporting systems to complement fundraising and donor-engagement programs
    • Oversee creation of timely and compelling content for fundraising appeals, proposals, donor presentations, and donor impact reports 
    • Serve as a member of the Mercy For Animals leadership team responsible for devising and implementing strategic plans and policies
    • Be willing to travel extensively
    • Perform any other duties assigned 

     

    Your qualifications will take our development team to the next level:

    • Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, leadership, nonprofit studies, or similar field from a U.S.-accredited college or university (advanced degree preferred)
    • CFRE certification (from the Association of Fundraising Professionals preferred) or interest in obtaining
    • Ten years’ experience in fundraising leadership and team management, with relevant positions of increasing responsibility and scope 
    • Experience with Salesforce and WealthEngine (strongly preferred)
    • Desire to work for a nonprofit with an inspiring mission
    • Proven track record of leading fundraising success 
    • Demonstrated success in charitable-giving methodology and analytics, including digital and direct-mail marketing, social media, and sustainer programs
    • Passion for the purpose and mission of Mercy For Animals
    • Developed writing skills that can be applied to donor engagement and activation across multiple platforms
    • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, collaborative, and transparent environment
    • Resourcefulness, attention to detail, and the ability to provide solutions and clarity where needed
    • Passion for building and motivating world-class, high-performing fundraising teams

     

    Is this the right fit? Absolutely, if this sounds like you:

    I’m a deeply passionate and accomplished development leader with a strong history of success in fundraising planning and execution, especially with annual giving, advancement services, events and donor relations, and planned-gift solicitations. I have exemplary interpersonal and communication skills and work well with others. I am a fierce advocate of farmed animal welfare initiatives and relate to Mercy For Animals’ mission and vision. 

     

    Compensation and Benefits 

    Earn an annual salary of $70,000–$80,000, depending on qualifications, and enjoy a commute-free life as a remote team member. In addition to a collaborative and innovative work environment, you will be able to take part in our benefits package, including no- or low-cost health, vision, and dental insurance; generous paid time off and sick leave; and 401(k) retirement plan, with a dollar-to-dollar employer match of up to 3 percent of your annual salary.

     

    We consider traditional and nontraditional qualifications, so be sure to convey in your cover letter your general fit for the role, outlining relevant experience and your overall alignment with our organizational vision, mission, and values. 

     

    Mercy For Animals is a globally minded organization. We embrace new perspectives and innovative ideas that come only from a diverse, inclusive, and collaborative work environment. We are committed to the principles of equality, equity, and justice, and our culture celebrates authenticity, enabling every team member to be their best self. All employment decisions are based solely on individual qualifications, job needs, and job requirements, and potential team members of every color, orientation, age, gender, origin, veteran status, and ability are encouraged to apply. We strive to include and encourage candidates from historically marginalized communities and those from or in communities impacted by environmental, social, and economic injustice. 

     

    Come as you are, and help us transform our society and construct a truly compassionate food system.


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    Apply Now!
  • Finance
  • Vice President of Finance

    Vice President of Finance

    Los Angeles Office or Remote in the United States

    As vice president of finance, you will be responsible for the development, implementation, and oversight of Mercy For Animals’ global and regional financial management strategy, serving as the management liaison to the board and finance and audit committees and effectively delivering financial updates and presentations.

    You will spearhead a mission to develop, implement, and oversee short- and long-term goals, objectives, policies, and operating procedures for the global and regional finance teams to ensure Mercy For Animals’ financial health, sustainability, and growth.  

    You will do invaluable work:

    • Advise the president and senior leadership team on financial strategy, planning, budgeting, cash flow, investment priorities, and financial policies
    • Serve as management liaison to the board and finance and audit committees and effectively communicate and present financial updates and information at board and committee meetings
    • Provide sound business judgment, strategic thinking, and broad financial and business perspective across the organization
    • Lead, oversee, and mentor the finance team, and promote a culture of empowerment, ownership, and accountability, aligned with our core values and leadership principles
    • Establish short- and long-term goals, objectives, policies, and operating procedures for the global and regional finance teams
    • Partner with our development team to ensure proper management of all revenue channels
    • Guide and oversee the preparation of budgets, forecasts, and analyses of financial performance
    • Plan, coordinate, and ensure the successful and timely completion of the annual budget process in partnership with our strategy, impact, and research team
    • Oversee the preparation and presentation of monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reporting, and ensure timeliness and accuracy 
    • Review, evaluate, and improve financial policies, processes, and procedures, including reporting, internal controls, systems, and accounting standards, regularly and as necessary
    • Oversee the planning and implementation of the annual audit of financial statements, ensure timely communication and completion, and provide recommendations for procedural improvements
    • Represent the organization externally, as necessary, and maintain strong relationships with external auditors, international accounting firms, bankers, financial advisors, and others
    • Follow all organizational policies and procedures
    • Perform any other duties assigned by team leader

     

    Your qualifications will take our finance team to the next level:

    • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or business administration
    • Minimum of five years’ professional experience in a strategic finance-leadership role in a nonprofit organization
    • Minimum of five years’ team-leadership experience 
    • Solid experience with budgeting, forecasting, reporting, and developing financial strategy for a nonprofit organization
    • Proven strategic-thinking and creative problem-solving skills with excellent judgment
    • Strong analytical skills and data-driven mindset with attention to detail 
    • Energetic, flexible, proactive, and collaborative leadership skills, with proven ability to drive, implement, and impact strategic and tactical finance initiatives
    • Strong mentoring and coaching skills, with the ability to motivate, engage, and influence others
    • Excellent communication, presentation, and people skills 
    • Ability to travel domestically for board and leadership meetings regularly and events as necessary
    • Commitment to the mission, vision, and objectives of the organization
    • Experience overseeing or supporting international entities (preferred) 
    • Commitment and openness to continued personal and organizational growth in diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice principles

     

    Is this the right fit? Absolutely, if this sounds like you:

    I’m a finance professional and a positive and proactive leader with an innate ability to inspire and motivate others. A strong communicator with exceptional interpersonal skills, I enjoy collaborating with others and can smoothly navigate even the most difficult conversations and situations. I thrive under pressure and deadlines, and I know how to manage time and resources effectively. 

     

    Compensation and Benefits 

    Earn an annual salary of $80,000–$90,000, depending on qualifications, and enjoy a commute-free life as a remote team member. In addition to a collaborative and innovative work environment, you will be able to take part in our benefits package, including no- or low-cost health, vision, and dental insurance; generous paid time off and sick leave; and 401(k) retirement plan, with a dollar-to-dollar employer match of up to 3 percent of your annual salary.

     

    We consider traditional and nontraditional qualifications, so be sure to convey in your cover letter your general fit for the role, outlining relevant experience and your overall alignment with our organizational vision, mission, and values. 

    Mercy For Animals is a globally minded organization. We embrace new perspectives and innovative ideas that come only from a diverse, inclusive, and collaborative work environment. We are committed to the principles of equality, equity, and justice, and our culture celebrates authenticity, enabling every team member to be their best self. All employment decisions are based solely on individual qualifications, job needs, and job requirements, and potential team members of every color, orientation, age, gender, origin, veteran status, and ability are encouraged to apply. We strive to include and encourage candidates from historically marginalized communities and those from or in communities impacted by environmental, social, and economic injustice. 

    Come as you are, and help us transform our society and construct a truly compassionate food system.


    By submitting your information, you are indicating that you have read our Privacy Policy and accept its terms.

    Apply Now!

Jobs Around the World

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—Camilla, an undercover investigator in Brazil