Charles J. Brown
Charles J. Brown "serves as editor and publisher of Undiplomatic, a blog dedicated to covering the intersection of diplomacy, global issues, U.S. politics, and pop culture. He is also a Senior Fellow at the Institute for International Law and Human Rights, as well as Managing Partner of Occam Advisors, a consulting firm specializing in NGO management...
"In the past, Charlie served as President and CEO of Citizens for Global Solutions; Deputy Executive Director for Action at Amnesty International USA; Chief of Staff and Director of the Office of Strategic Planning and External Affairs in the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor in the U.S. Department of State; and in a variety of roles at Freedom House.
"During his time at the State Department, Charlie also served as spokesperson for U.S. Delegations to the Rome Conference on the Establishment of the International Criminal Court, the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, and the Warsaw Ministerial Meeting of the Community of Democracies. He has served on NGO delegations to the Santiago Ministerial of the Community of Democracies, the UN Commission on Human Rights, and the World Conference on Human Rights.
"In 2004, Charlie served as co-director of the human rights, democracy, and development policy team for the Kerry-Edwards campaign and is currently an unpaid policy advisor on these issues to the Obama campaign. He is co-author of The Politics of Psychiatry in Revolutionary Cuba (1991), and co-editor of Judges and Journalists in Transitional Democracies (1997), as well as numerous articles, opinion pieces, and blog posts. He has testified before Congress and speaks regularly before university, professional, activist and community audiences across the United States and beyond."  For further details.
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"Charles J. Brown is President and CEO of Citizens for Global Solutions and the Global Solutions Education Fund. From 2001 to 2004, he was a deputy executive director at Amnesty International USA. From 1999-2001, he served as Chief of Staff for Assistant Secretary Harold Hongju Koh in the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights & Labor in the Department of State, and as Director of the Bureau’s Office of Strategic Planning and External Affairs. In 1998-99, he was the Bureau’s Senior Advisor on Public Affairs. During his tenure at State, he also served as spokesperson for U.S. Government delegations to the UN Conference on the establishment of an International Criminal Court, the UN Commission on Human Rights, and the Warsaw Ministerial of the Community of Democracies. From 1988-1998 he worked at Freedom House in a variety of positions, ultimately as Director of Program Development. He is co-author of The Politics of Psychiatry in Revolutionary Cuba and co-editor of Judges and Journalists in Transitional Democracies."