Jessica Wehby is a youth activist, Area Coordinator for West Michigan and serves on AIUSA’s National Youth Action Committee.
Sarah Hager is a volunteer leader at Amnesty International USA, serving as Chair of the Southern Africa Co-Group where she guides the efforts of Country Specialists monitoring human rights in twelve countries. Sarah also volunteered as a statement taker for the Liberian Truth and Reconciliation Diaspora project. Sarah has a Master’s degree in Clinical Forensic Psychology from Drexel University and a law degree from Northwestern University. She currently practices law in Washington DC.
Emily McGranachan is a graduate student at American University in Washington DC, studying Human Rights, with a focus on women’s and LGBT rights in Latin America. Before moving to DC, she was born and raised in Massachusetts with her moms. Emily is a committed activist for LGBT human rights and services as a member of Amnesty International USA LGBT Co-Group and COLAGE (a national organization for youth with LGBTQ parents) to promote equality and respect for rights.
Tony Lee is a member of Amnesty International and serves as the Chair of AIUSA LGBT Co-Group.
Kristina Brady is a member of Amnesty International Local Group 500, and currently serves as Board of Directors Treasurer. Kris is also a 2013 AIUSA Board Candidate.
Cecili Thompson Williams is the Training & Outreach Director for The Atlas Project, and a long time member of Amnesty International. Cecili has served as the Mexico Country Specialist, as a member of the Women’s Coordination Group and as the Deputy Regional Director with the Mid-Atlantic Region. Cecili is also a 2013 AIUSA Board Candidate.
Annie Roberts is an artist, architect, business owner, longtime member of Amnesty International. Annie has served as Area Coordinator for both New York City and Connecticut, Leader for Local Group 13 and is running for the 2013 AIUSA Board Candidate.
Becky Farrar is an attorney, Co-Chair of International Human Rights Committee with the American Bar Association and AIUSA Legislative Coordinator for Washington DC. Becky is also a 2013 AIUSA board candidate.