Jaqueline Terrel Taquiri
Jaqueline is an expert in tax law and the extractive industries and supports the EITI’s work on Validations and technical issues, with focus on the Latin America and Caribbean region. She is also Program Officer to the IGF’s program with the OECD to address tax base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) in mining.
Prior to joining the EITI, Jaqueline worked over six years in the private sector. She was a lawyer associate at a leading tax law firm in Peru, and also worked in the Business Tax Advisory Team of Ernst & Young Peru.
Jaqueline holds a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Mineral Law and Policy at the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP), University of Dundee and was awarded a Rio Tinto Plc scholarship. She also holds a specialisation in tax law from the Pontifical University Catholic of Peru. Her professional interests are related to international taxation law and the extractive industries, tax governance, as well as global transparency and accountability initiatives related to the extractives industries. Jaqueline speaks English and Spanish and is based in Scotland.