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Our founding members took up the call to support our work and join our community early and whole-heartedly. We are incredibly grateful to those on this list as well as those who chose to support anonymously.
Patrick J. Brenny
Rana B. Khoury
Greg Gottlieb, Feinstein International Center, Tufts University
Richard Reoch, former global media chief of Amnesty International
Jason Phillips, Independent Consultant and Researcher
Corinna Kreidler, independent consultant
Silvia Agostinho do Amaral
Sangki Oak, MD, MPH
Tasha Rumley (Swiss Solidarity)
Laura Thaut Vinson
Harry Richard Leefe
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