PBI-USA's National Coordinating Committee (Board of Directors is recruiting new members. Click here for more information.

Our current members are:

Faith Garlington 
Executive Coach
San Francisco, California
Faith Garlington is an optimistic, idealistic, and visionary change agent. She currently serves a life and executive coach. Her local and international experiences have all fed her desire to make a positive contribution to the world at every step of her journey.  Whether an endeavor involves an individual pursuit or a global program, new ideas energize Faith. Faith served as a nonviolent peace accompanier in Colombia where she learned about the power of sustainable economic development in preventing and recovering from political violence. Faith joined the PBI-USA Board of Directors in 2012. Before joining the Board, Faith was a Kiva Fellow where she was engaged in the financial reporting/borrower protection processes. Faith also has previous experience as a community and field organizer for various campaigns throughout the country. Faith graduated from Oklahoma State University with an MBA and an International Studies Graduate Certificate.

Andrew Miller
Advocacy Director
Amazon Watch, Washington, DC
Andrew brings two decades of human rights activism and international field experience to his work on the NCC. As Amazon Watch's Advocacy Director, he has collaborated closely since 2007 with their indigenous partners from Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru, facilitating rights-based advocacy at Washington DC-based institutions such as the multilateral banks, U.S. executive offices, and the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. He travels regularly to the Amazon region and offers frequent commentary to media such as Al Jazeera English, CNN en Español, and the BBC World Service. Previously, he held several positions at Amnesty International USA, led capacity-building efforts for southern Sudanese community-based organizations through Mercy Corps, and served as a PBI field volunteer in Colombia in the late 90s as well as co-director of the country group.

Camille Coleman
Film Industry
New York, NY
Camille has been involved with PBI since 2004 when she helped open the project in Nepal. Camille has continued to work with PBI in multiple capacities, from serving on the exloratory team for Honduras to currently serving as a member of PBI-USA's National Coordinating Committee. In Camille's own words: "PBI has been a big part of my life and I care deeply about the work they do. PBI provides vital protection for local human rights defenders who work in areas of repression and conflict around the world. I continue to work with PBI because I believe in the life saving work they do."