Laura E. Collins has practiced law since 2005 with a non-profit organization providing free, civil legal services to low-income people on cases affecting their basic needs. She was made aware of the genocide in Sudan while studying International Human Rights Law in Italy with Richard Goldstone. Laura has educated attorneys, college students and business leaders on issues of International Public Law and Business Ethics.
Martina Knee is the Executive Director of the San Francisco Bay Area Darfur Coalition. She is a co-founder of Act for Sudan, an alliance of American citizen activists and Sudanese U.S. residents who advocate for an end to genocide and mass atrocities in Sudan. She is a co-chair of the portfolio for International Human Rights of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs Task Force
Beth McDaniel has served in a variety of capacities within groups devoted to ending discrimination and improving the lives of others. As an active member of numerous Jewish organizations in the Austin, Texas area, she has helped to heighten community awareness of and action against the atrocities of genocide. From 2000-2002 she served on the National UJC Young Leadership Committee. Her community activism began
Kutina Williams is an attorney and Diversity Fellow at the Charleston School of Law. She is state chair for CARE USA, an international humanitarian organization based in Atlanta. In this capacity, she lobbies federal lawmakers on the eradication of global poverty by promoting sound foreign aid policies and by addressing the health and educational needs of women and girls globally. She has a passion