The Fund for Global Human Rights is thrilled to announce Brandee M. Butler as the organization’s first deputy chief executive officer.
In this pivotal new role on the Fund’s leadership team, Brandee will oversee the organization’s day-to-day operations and strengthen the Fund’s capacity in service of our mission: equipping human rights activists with the resources and support they need to bring positive change to their communities.
“I am humbled and excited to support the Fund’s pioneering work to resource movements and center community and activist-based solutions to human rights challenges around the world,” Brandee says.
“I feel incredibly fortunate to have Brandee joining the Fund,” says Fund CEO and President Regan Ralph. “An experienced leader and problem solver who is respected for her expertise and her team-building skills, Brandee brings so much to this new role and to the Fund’s future.”
Brandee is a graduate of Harvard University and Yale Law School. She is a trustee of the women’s rights organization Women Win and serves on the advisory board of the Ariadne Funders Network.
Please join us in welcoming Brandee to the Fund!