Latifa Jamel is the vice president of the American Center for Justice and a former chairperson of Yemen Aid. She is currently a writer on Yemeni Affairs and constantly is a guest on Arabic media platforms. As a Yemeni-American she makes it her duty to stand for the humanitarian crisis in Yemen. She has a passion for leading protests, alongside coordinating campaigns and participating in UN discussions. 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 be an integral part of an organization that fosters change, creates development and preserves the dignity of Yemen.