HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH SAN FRANCISCO YOUNG PROFESSIONALS NETWORK
The Human Rights Watch Young Professionals Network (YPN) is a dedicated group of young leaders in the Bay Area who advance human rights through outreach, advocacy, and fundraising. They work to promote awareness of human rights issues through a series of events and strategic advocacy campaigns. The YPN contributes to HRW’s impact by inspiring and engaging the next generation of human rights advocates and partners.
Merritt Cooke, Co-Chair
Denis Lemeshchenko, Co-Chair
Maya Shemtov, Co-Chair
BECOME A MEMBER
Advance human rights by joining our Young Professionals Network. Be part of our collective efforts to take action on local, national, and international human rights issues. Email email@example.com for more information about how to get involved.
APPLY TO THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
The HRW YPN is seeking new members for its Executive Committee, which makes key decisions about YPN’s strategic direction and activities. Anyone can join the Executive Committee as long as they are a member in good standing. Each EC member contributes to a sub-committee; our current committee openings are: Event Planning and Outreach, Fundraising, and Membership.
Please email your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “YPN Executive Committee Applicant” to express your interest. Please also indicate which of our sub-committees you’re most interested in joining.
City Director, San Francisco: Jen Haile
Associate, San Francisco: Hanna Darroll
List as of October 2019