Deputy Executive Director of Digital and Strategic Communications
Cammie Croft is a nationally renowned digital and technology strategist who is Amnesty International USA's Chief Digital Officer & Communications Officer.
For the past 13 years, Croft has been using digital and technology tools to transform the way organizations, political campaigns, companies, and the government engage with the public. She got her start as a community organizer working to protect the environment and prevent the war in Iraq. Her work has been featured in POLITICO, The Atlantic, TechPresident, O'Reilly Media, The Seattle Times, and others.
Most recently, Croft served as senior advisor and director of Digital Strategy and Communications at the U.S. Department of Energy where she established the first Office of Digital Strategy and transformed the department's online presence into an award-winning program. Prior to joining the Energy Department, she was deputy director for New Media at the White House where she played a pivotal role in creating and shaping the White House's first New Media department.
Croft graduated with distinction from the University of Washington in Seattle. She is also an alumnus of the New Organizing Institute.
Deputy Executive Director of Campaigns and Programs
A longtime advocate for human rights and racial justice, Margaret Huang is the Deputy Executive Director for Campaigns and Programs of Amnesty International USA. In that capacity, she directs Amnesty's programmatic work and serves as chief strategist for the organization's priority campaigns. Margaret previously served as the Executive Director of the Rights Working Group, a coalition of more than 350 member organizations committed to promoting civil liberties and human rights protections after September 11th. She has also led programs at Global Rights, the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Human Rights, and the Asia Foundation, and she served as Committee Staff for the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Ms. Huang received a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University, and a B.S.F.S. from Georgetown University.
Deputy Executive Director of Development
Danny McGregor is the Deputy Executive Director for Development at AIUSA and a member of the Executive team of the organization. In this role he manages our Direct Response, Monthly Giving, Major Gifts and Planned Giving programs.
For several years Danny has worked for stronger and healthier planet for all. He joined Amnesty in April 2014 after 15 years working for Greenpeace in a variety of roles, mostly recently as Director of Development for Greenpeace US.
Danny holds a Masters degree in Mathematics from the University of Oxford and is a Chartered Accountant. He is based in Seattle, WA here he lives with his wife and two young boys.
Deputy Executive Director of Policy, International Coordination and Member Advocacy
Michael O'Reilly has extensive experience leading grassroots campaigns to aid and protect human right defenders and other individuals at risk of human rights violations. In addition to his current position as Amnesty International's Deputy Executive Director for Policy, International Coordination and Member Advocacy, Mike has held a range of roles with the organization. As Managing Director of Member Advocacy, he headed a corps of more than 150 specialized Amnesty volunteer leaders in securing human rights victories internationally and domestically.
He previously served as Amnesty International USA's Senior Campaign Director for Individuals at Risk, directing the organization's Write for Rights campaign and its Urgent Action Network and Worldwide Accelerated Response Network. As National Director of Casework, he led the development of much of the programmatic work for which Amnesty International is best known, especially its successful efforts to win freedom for prisoners of conscience around the world. In an earlier capacity, Mike coordinated the activities of AIUSA's student and community chapters throughout the United States while serving as National Group Coordinator.
Mike has represented Amnesty International at numerous national and international forums, and his work has been covered in global and domestic media.