Sarah Kalloch is Outreach and Constituency Organizing Director at Physicians for Human Rights. In this role, Ms. Kalloch spearheads PHR’s efforts to build a movement of doctors, nurses, researchers, public health practitioners, students and others dedicated to health and human rights who can bring their expertise and voice to PHR’s campaigns and research. Previously, she coordinated PHR’s groundbreaking partnerships in East African, which have built the capacity of local NGOs in Uganda and Kenya to engage health workers in innovative and effective AIDS and health rights advocacy. Ms. Kalloch has presented on AIDS, health, human rights and advocacy at conferences and symposiums in the US, Africa and Asia, and her work has been covered in academic journals, major newspapers, radio, magazines, and a forthcoming book on health and human rights. Prior to coming to PHR, Ms. Kalloch worked at a major family philanthropic foundation focused on the environment and youth organizing, managed the Deep Way Cay Club, an exclusive fly-fishing resort in the Bahamas, and conducted research on gender, economics and community management in fishing communities around Lake Victoria in East Africa . Ms. Kalloch received a B.A., magna cum laude, in Social Studies from Harvard College.