RCUSA welcomes 2022 board members

Washington, DC — Sharif Aly, Tawnya Brown, and Hardy Vieux were unanimously elected by RCUSA’s membership to serve as the newest additions to the organization’s board of directors. Aly is the CEO of Islamic Relief USA, with experience ranging from nonprofit law and management, humanitarian policy and advocacy, and public relations and communications. Brown is Vice President of Bethany Christian Services’ Global Refugee and Immigrant Services and has nearly 30 years of child welfare and refugee service experience. Vieux is Chief of Staff for Kids In Need of Defense, and serves as a Towsley Foundation Policymaker in Residence at the University of Michigan’s Gerald R Ford School of Public Policy.

John Slocum, RCUSA’s interim Executive Director stated: “We are beyond thrilled to welcome Sharif, Tawnya, and Hardy onto RCUSA’s board of directors. Their passion, vision, and decades of experience will only serve to bolster the coalition’s impact and ingenuity.”

“We are deeply grateful to all of our re-elected board members and to the newly elected Sharif, Tawnya, and Hardy,” shared Scott Roehm, Washington Director for the Center for Victims of Torture and Board Chair for RCUSA. “This is a critical time for the country’s work of rebuilding our humanitarian protection systems, and RCUSA’s board members are committed to ensuring that our tremendous staff have the guidance, resources, and other support they need to lead that work.”

Learn more about our board here.

Media Contact: Sarah Seniuk, sseniuk@rcusa.org