Uriel Erlich holds a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Buenos Aires, and received a Masters of Arts in Development, Management and Policy from Georgetown University (Washington DC) and the National University of San Martin (Buenos Aires). His professional experience includes working for a wide range of nonprofit organizations and governmental areas where he focused on planning, development and evaluating social projects, programs and policies. Uriel worked some years ago as an Assistant for a network of interfaith organizations called Argentine Dialogue and as a Researcher for the Argentinean Department of Justice. He also served as a Coordinator for an international colloquium on social rights, a joint project of the AMIA, the Catholic University of Argentina and AECID. He also worked as the Assistant Director of Vaad Hakehilot AMIA. Recently, Uriel used to work as an Advisor to a National Deputy in Argentina’s parliament promoting innovative laws. Among the mix is one that promotes coexistence in schools as an antidote to violence, which it is from September 2013 the National Law N° 26.892.
Currently, he is working in the Secretary of Malvinas at The Foreign Affairs Ministry of Argentina. Also as a sociology teacher at a well-known public high school and a Sociology lecturer at the University of Buenos Aires.