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Advocacy Program Manager, International Human Rights
Laura has over fourteen years of experience organizing, writing, and advocating on social justice and human rights issues in the U.S. and internationally. Much of Laura’s work focuses on the impact of U.S. actors, corporations and government policies and practices abroad.
She is the co-editor of The Global Activist’s Manual: Local Ways to Change the World (Nation Books, 2002) and the author of numerous articles on human rights and organizing; she maintains a blog on Firedoglake. Prior to CCR, Laura was the National Student Organizer for the National Lawyers Guild (NLG); she was the recipient of the NLG's Legal Worker of the Year Award in 2005. She holds a Master of Arts Degree in Service, Leadership, and Management, with a focus on Policy Advocacy, from SIT Graduate Institute and a Bachelor of Arts in Community Studies, with a focus on Globalization and Community Restructuring, from the University of California at Santa Cruz.