Board Member and Executive Director
Joseph K. Grieboski is Secretary for Ecumenical, Interfaith, and Global Engagement for the Independent Old Catholic Church. Rev. Joseph K. Grieboski is CEO of Grieboski Global Strategies, an international consulting firm which focuses on good governance, human rights, and conflict mitigation.
To provide effective campaigns and tools for the Rohingya cause.
JOSEPH K. GRIEBOSKI
TRACY C. GRIEBOSKI
Simran Stuelpnagel is Secretary for Religious Liberty and Humanitarian Engagement for Sikh Dharma International and Senior VP for Akal Security, a Sikh-owned federal security firm the largest employer of retired US police officers in the world.
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.
Tagged by the New York Times as “a super-specialist” in human rights advocacy, Simon Billenness has for 25 years helped unions,
investors, non-profits, universities, and communities use their power to lobby their governments and hold corporations accountable to standards of human rights, environmental responsibility, and social justice.
To build an alliance of the Rohingya and friends of Rohingya to establish peace, security, and stability for the Rohingya people wherever they reside.
Mark Brinkmoeller is a leader in engaging diverse organizations, communities, and their leadership toward bipartisan support of effective development, global health and humanitarian work in the US and around the world. He is a specialist in organizing partnerships beyond the usual suspects.
J. MARK BRINKMOELLER
To advocate and amplify the voice of Rohingya with international organizations, governments, corporations, and civil society.
Jack Rendler has been a human rights activist for over forty years. He has served as campaign director for Amnesty International USA; as executive director of Minnesota Advocates; as board chair for the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea, and for World Without Genocide.