Directeur exécutif

Jamie Williamson


As Executive Director, Jamie Williamson heads the Secretariat of the International Code of Conduct Association (ICoCA). Jamie brings to the ICoCA a wealth of international, legal, military and security experience and joined the ICoCA in October 2017 after several years as the Head of the Relations with Arms Carriers Unit at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC). In that capacity, Jamie led a team of over 50 delegates worldwide, and was responsible for the strategic orientation and implementation of core programs, advising and training State and non-State weapons bearers, including multinational forces and private military and security contractors. 


Previously, from 2008 until 2011, Jamie served as the ICRC Legal Advisor at the ICRC Delegation in Washington D.C., providing legal support to the ICRC activities in the U.S. and Canada, with particular focus on Guantanamo and military operations in Afghanistan and Iraq. From 2005 to 2008, he brought his experience and commitment to humanitarian law and justice to the ICRC as regional legal advisor based in Pretoria, South Africa. Here, he assisted State Authorities and international organizations on the implementation of weapons treaties, and continued to advocate for and successfully legislate international humanitarian law.


Before joining the ICRC, Jamie was with the UN ad hoc international criminal tribunals in Tanzania and the Netherlands, and Sierra Leone, for nearly 9 years, where he worked on the first international judgments on genocide and war crimes in non-international armed conflicts. Jamie has published numerous papers on repression of war crimes, international justice, and the challenges to international humanitarian law in modern day conflicts and is on the summer faculty of the Academy of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law at American University, in Washington D.C.

Law and Policy Manager

Molly Gray manages the development of legal, thematic and policy guidance across the Association’s various functions to ensure respect for human rights and international humanitarian law by Member companies under the Code of Conduct.  Molly also works to promote and implement the Association’s Monitoring function and activities.


Prior to joining the ICoCA, Molly held various positions in both the private and public sector with a focus on human rights, international humanitarian law and national security. Her prior experience also includes managing the relations of International Committee of the Red Cross with the U.S. Congress and leading policymakers on field missions to Haiti, Uganda, Georgia, the Western Balkans and the Democratic Republic of Congo.


Molly holds an LL.M in International Law from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, a J.D. from Vermont Law School and B.A. from the University of Vermont.  After law school, Molly served as a law clerk to the Honorable Peter. W. Hall of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.  

Assistante administrative

Dina Chantre


Dina Chantre appuie l'Association dans les tâches administratives et dans la gestion du bureau.


Avant de rejoindre l'ICoCA, Dina a travèaillé pendant plus de six ans dans un spa renommé à Genève, où elle était responsable de la réception et de la gestion des rendez-vous avec les clients locaux et internationaux. Elle assistait également la Direction dans la gestion des tâches administratives et des ressources humaines.


Dina a une formation en affaires, gestion des ressources humaines et comptabilité.

Responsable de projet

Andrés Zaragoza Montejano


Andrés Zaragoza Montejano est responsable de projet à l’ICoCA. Il est chargé d'aider à l'élaboration et au développement des fonctions principales de l'association, en particulier en matière de rapports, de suivi et d'évaluation des performances. Depuis 2014, Andrés a coordonné les efforts du Secrétariat pour développer la fonction  « certification » de l’association et aider à intégrer cette fonction dans les processus de suivi,  et d’évaluation de la performance.


Avant de rejoindre l'ICoCA, Andrés travaillait comme chercheur sur les questions relatives aux entreprises et aux droits de l'homme à l'International Peace Information Service (IPIS), un institut de recherche basé en Belgique. Avant cela, il a effectué un stage juridique au Centre pour la justice et le droit international (CEJIL) au Costa Rica, une ONG fournissant une représentation juridique aux victimes de violations des droits de l'homme devant le Système interaméricain de protection des droits de l'homme.


Andrés est titulaire d'une maîtrise en Théorie et pratique des droits de l'homme de l'Université d'Essex. Sa formation universitaire comprend des études en droit et en administration et gestion des affaires de l’Université de Alicante.

Responsable de projet

Anaïs Laigle


Anaïs Laigle est chargée de fournir un appui analytique et dans l’élaboration des procédures au sein des fonctions de suivi et d’évaluation de l’association. Depuis 2015, son travail s’est porté particulièrement sur le développement de la fonction « certification » de l’ICoCA et sur le rôle des standards internationaux et nationaux dans le cadre de cette fonction.


Avant de rejoindre l’ICoCA, Anaïs a travaillé en tant qu’attaché à la représentation permanente de la France auprès de la Conférence du Désarmement à Genève, où elle traitait principalement des dossiers relatifs au contrôle des armes conventionnelles. Avant cela, elle a travaillé comme assistant de programme au bureau parisien du German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMFUS), un centre de réflexion dédié à la promotion et au renforcement de la coopération transatlantique.


Anaïs est titulaire d’un double diplôme en sciences politiques et de l’administration de l’Institut d’Etudes Politiques (IEP) de Bordeaux (France) et de l’Université de Granada (Espagne), et d’un diplôme de master en relations internationales, spécialité défense et sécurité, de l’IEP de Bordeaux.

Responsable de projet

Gina Menghini


Gina Menghini joined the ICoCA in July 2016, to provide support for the establishment and development of the Association's Monitoring and Complaints functions.


Prior to joining the ICoCA, Gina worked for the Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD) as a Junior Programme Officer on mine action standards and language outreach programs. Before that, she supported the Geneva Centre on the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) as a Research Assistant for a project focusing on private security companies.


Gina holds a BA in Political Science and Public Law from the University of Zurich and an MA in International Affairs from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva.

Giuseppe Scirocco


Giuseppe is a Research Trainee supporting the implementation of the Association's Monitoring function and activities. His role is to provide specific research and support to the Monitoring function.


Prior to joining ICoCA, Giuseppe interned at the Ethics Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Geneva, the European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) in Flensburg – where he carried out a research project on minority and dual citizenship in Europe – and Advocates for International Development (A4ID) in London - dealing with the delivery and development of the organization’s broker service.


Giuseppe holds an LLM in Human Rights Law from the University of Nottingham, a Master in Diplomatic Studies from the Italian Society for International Organization (SIOI), and a Master’s Degree of Law from the University of Naples ‘Federico II’.