Huong Nguyen (Hoàng Lan) is a Vietnamese researcher and translator. She has been active in human rights advocacy for more than 10 years, working with Vietnamese activists and international human rights organizations to raise awareness about the situation of political prisoners in Vietnam and advocate for their release. Huong obtained a Ph.D. in Law and Democracy from Indiana University Maurer School of Law in 2014, where she was also a research fellow at the Center for Constitutional Democracy from 2008-2014. She has served as Vietnam country specialist for Amnesty International USA (2012-2015) and as a consultant on gender and constitutions for U.N. Women (2014-2015). She wishes to promote freedom of expression in Vietnam through her research, writing, and translation.
Kaylee Dolen serves as the Assistant Editor for The 88 Project and has been involved with the Project since 2012 as a member of Amnesty International at Indiana University. She is a native of Indiana, U.S., and holds a BS in Public Affairs from Indiana University and a MA in International Studies from the University of Denver. She currently works as the Healthcare Case Manager for the Migrant Farmworkers Assistance in Kansas, City, MO. Kaylee has previously worked and interned for several nonprofits, and she enjoys blogging and research, as well as hands-on program development. She is a fluent Spanish speaker and is passionate about human rights, wildlife, and geography.
Ella is a video producer with years of experience in TV and advertising productions. Beside her commercial work, she develops independent film projects. More information can be found on her website: www.ellagancarz.com. As a human rights defender, she is currently working on several productions about the topic.