Latifa Jamel

Latifa Jamel is a Yemeni-American and is currently president of ACJ and a writer on Yemeni affairs. Latifa consistently appears on Arabic media platforms as a guest. She is also the former chairperson of Yemen Aid. She was a board member of the International Council of Rights and Freedom and was previously an Academic  Advisor and Educator before immigrating to the United States in the late 90s. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Economics. Additionally, Latifa holds a higher degree in International Relations. She seeks to improve the lives of Yemenis and to ultimately become an integral part of an organization that fosters change, creates development and preserves the dignity of Yemen.

Abdulrahman Barman

– Holds licentiate in law- Sana’a University – barrister before the Supreme Court in Yemen – former head of Yemeni Students Union – Member of HOOD Organization, founder and former chairperson of Sajeen Organization – Founder of Hiyad movement to prevent the use of judiciary to settle political disputes – Member of the advisory board of the Ministry of Human Rights, Yemen 2012 – 2015 – Member of the National Committee to investigate allegations of human rights violations (2015-2017) – Member of the Board of Trustees of Seyaj Organization for Child Protection – Led advocacy campaigns for the issues of children, women and detainees – Trainer on human rights – Legal advisor to a number of NGOs and associations in Yemen until 2017 – Chairperson of the Board of Directors of Barman Law Corporation for Advocacy Legal Consultations – Currently based in the United States of America

Ahmed Almathil

Badr Albaadani

Imad Hadi

Ebrahim Abohatem