Ramah Kudaimi is USCPR’s Deputy Director. She serves on the board of the Washington Peace Center and is a member of the National Committee of the War Resisters League. She also organizes with the Syrian Solidarity Collective and has been an activist with other organizations including the Arab American Action Network. She holds an M.A. in Conflict Resolution from Georgetown University and a B.S. in Journalism from Northwestern University.
Mike Daly is USCPR’s Development Director. Prior to joining USCPR, Mike worked at Interfaith Peace-Builders (now Eyewitness Palestine) for more than a decade. Most recently serving as IFPB’s managing director, Mike helped send more than 1,000 people on educational delegations to Palestine and grew IFPB’s programming and revenue. Mike has also worked as a public relations consultant with UNDP in Ramallah, studied Arabic in Damascus as a Fulbright Scholar, and completed a year of intensive Arabic at the American University in Cairo. Mike has led five IFPB delegations and presented at numerous conferences and workshops.
Leah Muskin-Pierret is USCPR’s Manager of Congressional & Grassroots Advocacy. She joined USCPR in 2017, after working with the Friends Committee on National Legislation and organizing with National Students for Justice in Palestine. Leah organizes around racial justice and anti-militarism in DC. She has steered a successful campaign to defeat a youth curfew proposal, helped win increased campus resources to support survivors of sexual violence, and researched the impact of US policy towards Tunisia, Syria, Jordan, and Palestine. She holds a B.A. in American Studies and International Relations from Tufts University.
Sana Siddiq is USCPR’s Manager of Policy and Advocacy Campaigns. She previously worked as an organizer with UNITE HERE, the hotel and food service workers’ union, where she worked on campaigns to support worker strikes and campaigns in multiple cities. Sana also does know your rights work in the Washington, DC metro area and is involved in political and labor organizing in the Muslim community.