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Human Rights Experts Available for Interview

Read more about UUSC's human rights experts and request an interview.

Rachel Gore Freed
Vice President and Lead Program Officer

Rachel is a human rights lawyer, community organizer, and social justice educator with a wealth of domestic and international experience. She leads UUSC’s human rights defense strategies. Rachel’s bio & contact information>>

Amber Moulton
Director for Research, Impact, and Learning

Amber applies her considerable experience in legal and academic research, teaching, and writing to lead UUSC’s research program. Our research provides validated, expert insight into critical human rights issues to raise awareness and spur action around some of today’s most pressing humanitarian crises. Amber’s bio & contact information>>

Salote Soqo
Director of Advocacy, Global Displacement

Salote oversees UUSC’s domestic and international advocacy framework. Salote’s bio & contact information>>

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