Mona Khan, Senior Program Officer Fund for Global Human Rights
"Mona Khan has thirteen years of program management and evaluation experience with a particular interest in women’s health rights and international social justice grantmaking. Over the course of her career, she has provided technical assistance to Asian, Arab, African and American organizations seeking to develop human rights and public education strategies, enhance their planning, management and fundraising skills, and document learning practices for achieving positive social change. Prior to joining the Fund for Global Human Rights, she managed health and community development programs at the Aga Khan Foundation, the Stanley Foundation, and John Snow, Inc. She was a MacArthur Scholar at the University of Minnesota where she received an MA in Public Policy from the Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, and holds a BA from Sarah Lawrence College with a general course certificate from the London School of Economics. She is conversant in Spanish and Urdu and originally from India." 
- Steering Committee, International Human Rights Funders Group
- "Biography", Accessed March 2007.