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Updated 05/25/2006

A d v i s o r s


Susan Peacock

As a research fellow for the Honduras Project at the National Security Archive, Susan worked with Dr. Leo Valladares, Honduras’ human rights commissioner from 1995-1999, filing FOIAs and analyzing newly declassified U.S. government for information regarding cases of disappearance in Honduras. She has worked internationally and domestically as the Secretary for Global Education and Advocacy at the United Church Board for World Ministries, as Senior Associate for Advocacy Training at the Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA), and as Mexico Director of the Center for Global Education. Susan currently works as a specialist in conflict transformation and as a researcher at the National Academies. She holds two M.A.’s in intercultural management and conflict transformation.

Matthew Eisenbrandt

Matthew is litigation director for the Center for Justice and Accountability where he oversees U.S.-court civil suits against human rights violators from Haiti, El Salvador, Honduras and China. Before joining CJA, Matt served as an attorney for the Human Rights Project in Los Angeles, where he handled asylum cases and represented immigrants in INS detention. He has volunteered on several pro bono projects, including the defense of death row inmates and litigation to assure humane labor conditions for migrant workers. Matt received a J.D. from the University of Virginia and B.A. degrees in history and Latin American studies from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He has traveled throughout South America, including stays in Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Ecuador. 

Anne Bohlen

Anne is an award-winning independent documentary filmmaker, best known for Blood in the Face, With Babies and Banners, and The Global Assembly Line, for which she won a National Emmy Award. She Also worked on Roger and Me, Muhammad Ali: The Whole Story, Rosie the Riveter, Seeing Red, Memorial, and Earth and the American Dream. She is currently Professor of Film and Communications at Antioch College.  

Dalya F. Massachi

Dalya is a widely published writer and consultant who has worked with community organizations for more than 13 years. From 2000-2004, Dalya served as Founding Director of BAIDO, an association of international development NGOs in the San Francisco Bay Area, and she now serves on that board of directors. She has worked or studied in Central America, Africa, Israel, the U.K., and several regions of the U.S. In addition, she has extensive experience in the global women's movement. Dalya holds an M.A. in communication and international development and a B.A. in international studies. In 2006, Dalya will publish a new book, Writing to Make a Difference: 50 Ways to Advance Your Mission Through the Written Word. 

Father Joseph E. Mulligan

Father Joe is a Jesuit priest from Detroit who lives in Managua, Nicaragua and has been working in Central America for many years. His ministry includes Christian base communities, people with disabilities, and volunteers and students from the U.S. For twenty years he has been investigating the disappearance of Father Carney in Honduras.