Emily Claire Goldman
CSR and Legal Advisor
JOSEPH K. GRIEBOSKI
Described by the New York Times “a super-specialist” in human rights advocacy, Simon Billenness has over 25 years of experience helping investors, non-profits, universities, communities, and unions use their power to lobby their governments and hold corporations accountable.
Olivia Dulmage is passionate about advocating for persecuted minorities and giving a voice to these groups in Washington. She has consulted high profile international clients, wrote congressional testimony, and demonstrated effective approaches to strategic planning.
Dr. Abed Ayoub is the CEO and President of United Muslim Relief. He has an extensive management background with 23 years in non-profit and for-profit sectors. Dr. Ayoub served as the CEO of Islamic Relief USA for five years before joining United Muslim Relief. He holds an executive MBA and Doctorate in International Relief and Development.
To advocate and amplify the voice of Rohingya with international organizations, governments, corporations, and civil society.
Joseph K. Grieboski is a social entrepreneur whose innovative ideas have revolutionized thinking across a number of fields. Grieboski is the Managing Partner at Grieboski Jolly Caraway as well as the Founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Nobel Peace Prize-nominated THE INSTITUTE on Religion and Public Policy.
Joseph K. Grieboski
To build an alliance of the Rohingya and friends of Rohingya to establish peace, security, and stability for the Rohingya people wherever they reside.
To provide effective campaigns and tools for the Rohingya cause.
DR. ABED AYOUB
Mariane Leite is an experienced Congressional staffer, Government Relations Fellow, Assistant, and Social Coordinator. Born and raised in São Paulo, Brazil, Mariane has a unique perspective to international consulting and development. Her multi-cultural background enables her to understand and analyze foreign policy from both U.S. and international viewpoints.
Tracy C. Grieboski is a specialist in internal displacement and refugee communities, regional stability, comparative politics, human rights, women and children’s health, and domestic violence. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Government and Spanish Language at Georgetown University.
TRACY C. GRIEBOSKI