Jirair Ratevosian is the US Field Coordinator for the Health Action AIDS Campaign at Physicians for Human Rights. He is also the director of event planning at the Massachusetts Coalition to Save Darfur. Mr. Ratevosian has a Masters degree in Public Health from Boston University School of Public Health and is chair-elect of the International Health Section's Advocacy Committee at the American Public Health Association. He is a human rights activist with a specialization in building strategic coalitions and implementing grassroots and advocacy strategies.

David Bryden is a leading advocate on global AIDS and poverty issues.
His work at the Global AIDS Alliance Fund currently centers on working
with domestic HIV/AIDS organizations to urge candidates for US
Congress to sign a pledge to fight AIDS at home and abroad. He has
visited AIDS programs in South Africa, Zambia, Kenya, Tanzania and
Thailand. He has also worked as a teacher in the Latino community in
Washington, DC. Bryden holds a Masters Degree in International
Politics from American University (1993) and a BA in Philosophy from
the College of William and Mary.