Program Coordinator, Education & Convening
Keith coordinates and supports IHRFG's education programs, and is the staff liaison to the Latin America Funders Working Group and the Conflict and Atrocity Prevention Working Group, co-sponsored with Peace and Security Funders Group. Before joining IHRFG, he was a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Barranquilla, Colombia. Keith has also worked with Physicians for Human rights as a Communications Intern and as an educator at the Youth Farm and Market Project in Minnesota. Keith has also served as an associate editor with Watching America, an online collection of foreign news articles about U.S. policy, and as Content Coordinator of A Growing Culture, an online library of resources on sustainable agriculture. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and International Studies from Macalester College, where he also completed a concentration in Human Rights. He is juggler, kombucha-brewer, and avid reader of 20th century Latin American literature.
Prior to joining IHRFG, Mona was the founding Executive Director of the Center for Sustainable Human Rights Action, an organization providing capacity-building training to human rights groups and leaders around the world. More recently, Mona was the Director of Outreach and Communication at the Coro New York Leadership Center. Mona has served on the Board of Directors of the New York Chinese Cultural Center and on the Advisory Board of Adilisha, a human rights capacity-building organization in Southern Africa. She has a BA from Hofstra University and a Master of Public Administration degree from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University in New York.
Membership & Operations Associate
Camille serves as the key liaison for IHRFG’s global network of human rights funders and oversees IHRFG’s day-to-day operations. Prior to joining IHRFG, Camille worked as a Paralegal at the international law firm, Holland & Knight LLP in New York. At the firm, she also served as a Pro Bono Liaison, working on various projects including representing unaccompanied immigrant and refugee children in deportation proceedings. Camille graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a BA in International Relations with a focus in International Ethics, and a minor in Music. During her time at Mount Holyoke, Camille worked with MADRE to advance women’s human rights in UN processes and led education programs for at-risk youth in New York City, Cape Town, South Africa, and Capiz, Philippines. Camille is fluent in French, proficient in Spanish and conversational in Mandarin Chinese and Tagalog. In her free time, she enjoys playing the violin, running, yoga and traveling.
Program Coordinator, Membership & Communications
Danielle leads IHRFG's Membership & Communications Program, where she serves as a key liaison for coordinating and overseeing membership support, external communications, and broader network-building for the organization. She also manages the 12 Working Groups, in addition to serving as the staff liaison for the Children & Youth Rights and Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights Working Groups. Prior to joining IHRFG, Danielle worked with the World Food Programme and the Near East Foundation in Jordan to strengthen the lives and livelihoods of Iraqi and Syrian refugees. In New York, Danielle worked with Public Agenda, a nonprofit organization that focuses on public policy and public engagement. She also worked with the Women's Refugee Commission to launch the new Global Campaign for Equal Nationality Rights, which mobilizes international action to end gender discrimination in nationality laws. Currently, Danielle supports URBAN REFUGEES as the organization's Marketing & Communications Officer. Danielle holds a BA in Human Rights and Middle Eastern Studies from Barnard College and a Master's of International Affairs with a concentration in political and economic development from the School of International & Public Affairs at Columbia University in New York.
Program Manager, Research & Policy
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The International Human Rights Funders Group (IHRFG) is a global network of donors and grantmakers committed to advancing human rights around the world through effective philanthropy.