Brenden Sloan, Executive Assistant Human Rights USA.
"Brenden joined Human Rights USA after graduating from James Madison University in May with degrees in International Affairs and Spanish, as well as a Graduate Certificate in INGO Management. While at JMU, Brenden was a part of several progressive organizations such as Alternative Spring Break, Amnesty International, and the Clean Energy Coalition. As a long-term project leader in the alternative break department, Brenden organized and conducted a hurricane relief service trip in New Orleans, Louisiana. In addition, he helped coordinate a long-term economic development plan for the island of La Ganove Haiti, by working with the community on sustainable development techniques, job creation, and HIV reduction. During his time at JMU, Brenden traveled and worked in several Latin American countries where he assisted with a grassroots economic development project in rural Ecuador, worked with an international immersion program, and taught high school English classes in Buenos Aires. " 
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- Staff and Board, Human Rights USA, accessed November 15, 2008.