Mary Lloyd Estrin, Chair
Mary Lloyd Estrin is program director of the Human Rights and Economic Justice program at the General Service Foundation, which supports efforts to strengthen human rights, democratic reforms and civil society, primarily in Mexico.She also serves on the board of the John Lloyd Foundation, which has an interest in HIV/AIDS research, education and policy issues. In addition, Estrin is a trustee of Vassar College, and is a member of the Southern California Committee of Human Rights Watch, and the International Human Rights Funders Group. A photographer, she is the author of To the Manor Born.
"When I met my first grandchild, I realized that during her lifetime she will see nuclear weapons expelled from the human community. The health and security of our families is the foremost imperative in reducing weapons of mass destruction, and women should be front and center in this critical fight. Women's voices must be heard in the debate that can build long lasting security for the U.S. - and countries around the globe - by ridding the world of nuclear weapons once and for all. Help us strengthen women's leadership on national security issues. Make your granddaughters proud! Make your voice heard!
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