We are activists on the frontlines.
Our volunteers shape, lead, and carry out our work to protect human rights. These volunteer leaders fill a wide range of critical roles: they start and run local groups, they manage legislative advocacy in the states, they drive campaigns in individual cases and on major reforms, and they engage more people in fighting for human rights.
In other words, volunteers change the world. Here are a few of their stories.
OUR VOLUNTEER lEADERS
Area Coordinator (AC)
ACs are volunteers that organize groups in their state to collaborate on initiatives, develop partnerships with other human rights activists, and mobilize to protect human rights.
Saudi Arabia Country Specialist
Country and Thematic Specialists are volunteers with expertise in specific areas who work to develop and implement AIUSA strategies to advance human rights.
Legislative Coordinator (LC)
LCs are volunteers that work in states to advance our legislative priorities to protect human rights.
State Death Penalty Abolition Coordinator (SDPAC)
SDPACs are volunteers that organize and advocate at the state level to abolish the death penalty.
Youth Leadership in Activism (YLA)
Youth Leadership in Activism is a volunteer leadership program at AIUSA encompassing four member leader roles: Peer Trainers, Student Activist Coordinators (SAC), Slack Community Managers and Social Media Managers.
Youth Collective (YOCO)
The Youth Collective is a national volunteer youth leadership body that provides thought leadership, strategy, consultation, and guidance to AIUSA.