Nakisha Chaney is an employment, civil and human rights litigator. From negotiating employment contracts to representing human trafficking survivors in civil litigation, her practice focuses on empowering individuals who desire to know, secure, and enforce their legal rights.
Janie Chuang is a professor of law at American University Washington College of Law who teaches and writes in the areas of international law, human trafficking, and labor migration.
Robert Fabrikant is a partner at Manatt, Phelps, & Phillips LLP. As a trial lawyer, Fabrikant litigates complex civil and criminal cases for clients in the healthcare, financial services, defense, and energy sectors.
Robin Heller is president of The Athena Advisors. Since 2000, she has collaborated with high-performing teams and boards to raise more than $80 million for organizations.
Daisy Nabasitu is an assistant director of public prosecutions with the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) in Kampala, Uganda.
Hollie Nadel’s passion for art, production, and design began in her youth and led to a successful career in costume design and wardrobe, after graduating cum laude from Ithaca College with a BFA in theatre production design.
Madina Qasimi is a human rights lawyer and career diplomat. She has held many leadership positions at the Embassy of Afghanistan in Washington, DC.
Leelie Selassie, MD
Leelie Selassie has been an intensive care physician in Maryland and Northern Virginia since 2008. She cares for critically ill patients in both an in-person and telemedicine capacity.
Jonathan Terrell is founder and president of KCIC. He has more than 30 years of international financial services experience with a multidisciplinary background in accounting, finance, and insurance.