Margaret Huang, an advocate for human rights and racial justice for more than two decades, is the Executive Director of Amnesty International USA.
As the chief executive officer, Ms. Huang is responsible for advancing the vision and mission of the organization, managing the organization’s day-to-day operations and activities, serving as the lead spokesperson for the organization, and ensuring the organization’s financial health. She has worked with Members of Congress on critical pieces of legislation, and she has advocated before the United Nations human rights mechanisms as well as the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. She has published articles and opinion pieces on human rights, and she authored a chapter, “Going Global – Appeals to International and Regional Human Rights Bodies,” in Human Rights At Home, published by Praeger Publishers in December 2007. Ms. Huang’s opinion pieces have been published in Time, The Washington Post, Newsweek, U.S. News and World Report, Rolling Stone, the Miami Herald, and numerous other leading outlets, and she has been interviewed on National Public Radio, CNN, NBC News, Al Jazeera, and other global and domestic media. She regularly speaks on human rights issues to national and international associations, universities, and conferences.
Ms. Huang previously served as Chief of Staff and as Deputy Executive Director for Campaigns and Programs at Amnesty International USA. Earlier in her career, she served as Executive Director of the Rights Working Group, a coalition of civil liberties and human rights groups formed in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001, attacks. Previously, she served as Director of the U.S. Program at Global Rights, Program Director of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Human Rights, and Program Manager at The Asia Foundation. Earlier in her career, 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, Public Affairs
Eric Ferrero is the Deputy Executive Director for Public Affairs at Amnesty International USA. He is responsible for reaching and engaging the public and key audiences in the organization’s work, through messaging, media relations, web platforms, online engagement, events, and arts and entertainment. Mr. Ferrero brings more than 15 years of experience in advocacy communications, in leadership roles at the Innocence Project, American Civil Liberties Union, Lambda Legal and the Open Society Foundations. Most recently, Mr. Ferrero served as Vice President for Communications at Planned Parenthood Federation of America, the nation’s leading reproductive health care provider and largest sex educator, and Planned Parenthood Action Fund, which plays a central role in congressional and presidential elections. Earlier in his career, he led national communications campaigns that reframed the public discourse on LGBT equality, HIV/AIDS discrimination, and criminal justice. He is the author of one book and more than two dozen reports and activist handbooks, and he has appeared regularly in a wide range of national media outlets.
Deputy Executive Director, Campaigns and Membership
Njambi Good is the Deputy Executive Director for Campaigns and Membership at Amnesty International USA. She is responsible for developing and implementing campaigns on timely domestic and international issues that affect the human rights of people all over the globe. Ms. Good brings more than 15 years of expertise in campaigns and membership, working in senior roles at Greenpeace USA, Save the Bay, and Amnesty International USA. Most recently, she recently served as Senior Director for Volunteer and Digital Engagement at Greenpeace USA, the leading independent environmental organization. While at Greenpeace, Good managed the organization and mobilization of volunteers to execute thematic issue campaigns. Earlier in her career, Good managed Amnesty International USA’s campaign against torture and national security policies that violate human rights.
Chief Financial Officer
Michael Greenberg is the Chief Financial Officer at Amnesty International USA. He joined the organization in 2015 following a dozen years in the nonprofit sector heading up the finance functions at Human Rights First, Acumen, Environmental Defense Fund, and other organizations. His prior experience is with start-up tech companies, including serving as CFO for two publicly-traded Internet companies – one NASDAQ-listed and the other on the London Stock Exchange. His introduction to the high-tech field was in 1997, as the founding CFO of Internet Billing Company; Forbes once rated iBill as the fifth most visited eCommerce site and an early dot.com success story. The start of his career included a six-year period in international reinsurance management with Swiss Re and articling with the “big four” accounting/consulting firm of KPMG. Mr. Greenberg holds a Bachelors of Commerce degree and a Canadian Chartered Accountant designation, and he is a Florida-licensed Certified Public Accountant. During his spare time, Mr. Greenberg serves as Chief of the Fire Island Pines Fire Department.
Chief Development Officer
Danny McGregor is the Chief Development Officer at Amnesty International USA. He manages the Direct Response, Monthly Giving, Major Gifts, and Planned Giving programs. For several years Mr. McGregor has worked for a stronger and healthier planet for all. He joined Amnesty International USA in April 2014, after 15 years working for Greenpeace, where he held a variety of roles, mostly recently Director of Development for Greenpeace U.S. He received a Master of Mathematics from the University of Oxford and is a Chartered Accountant. He is based in Seattle, Washington, where he lives with his wife and two young sons.
Chief Strategy and Governance Officer
Michael O’Reilly is the Chief Strategy and Governance Officer at Amnesty International USA. He oversees strategic planning and alignment across the organization, and is responsible for organizational governance and policy development. He also oversees collaboration with Amnesty’s global operations in other countries. Mr. O’Reilly has extensive experience leading successful human rights campaigns. He previously served as Deputy Executive Director for Policy and Advocacy at AIUSA, responsible for government relations and international advocacy. As Managing Director of Member Advocacy at AIUSA, he headed a corps of 150 volunteer leaders specialized in securing domestic and international human rights victories. As AIUSA’s Senior Campaign Director, he directed the organization’s work to aid human rights defenders and other individuals at risk. As a spokesperson for Amnesty International, he has been a persuasive advocate for human rights with national media, with government officials, and in numerous international and domestic forums.