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Save Darfur Coalition

HQ Phone:  (800) 917-2034

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Save Darfur Coalition

1025 Connecticut Ave NW Suite 310

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20036

United States

Company Description

About the Save Darfur Coalition The Save Darfur Coalition raises public awareness about the ongoing genocide in Darfur and mobilizes a unified response to the atrocities that threaten the lives of people throughout the Darfur region. It is an alliance of more ...more

Background Information

Employment History

National Spokesperson

Truman Project


Combat Engineer Officer

the United States Marine Corps


Partner

Truman Project


Marine Officer

Marines Corp


STAND Associate

Northwestern University


Director of Membership

Genocide Intervention Network Inc


Affiliations

New Leaders Council

Fellow


Alliance for Youth Movements

Senior Fellow


Movements.org

Delegate


Education

Northwestern University


STAND


degree

Magazine Journalism

School for International Training


Web References(81 Total References)


2009 NLC Fellows: Washington D.C. - New Leaders Council

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Janessa Goldbeck, Director of Membership, GI-Net
Janessa Goldbeck is the Director of Membership at the Genocide Intervention Network (GI-NET), a non-profit organization that works to prevent and stop genocide. Janessa was instrumental in building GI-NETss student-led division, STAND, into an international clearinghouse for student anti-genocide activism. As Director of Membership, Janessa created the Carl Wilkens Fellowship, a program designed to build adult leadership within the anti-genocide movement. She has served a pivotal role in the organization's success in expanding its membership base both online and offline, and has given numerous trainings on movement-building to advocates and organizations across the country. A graduate of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, Janessa has produced several short films about the anti-genocide movement and is a contributing blogger for Change.org. She is originally from San Diego, California.


NLC Nominates Seven to American Council of Young Political Leaders Exchange - New Leaders Council

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Erin Belitskus | Clare Bresnahan | Janessa Goldbeck | Paula Hodges | Yetunde A. Odugbesan-Omede | Shane Seaver | Leanne Stogsdill
Janessa Goldbeck 
2nd Lt. Janessa Goldbeck is a Combat Engineer Officer with the United States Marine Corps. Prior to joining the Marine Corps, Lt. Goldbeck's work focused on the intersection between national security, human rights, international development and technology. She has consulted on a range of projects for government, nonprofit and corporate clients, including the Department of Defense, the Office of Opinion Research at the Department of State, Campaign Consultation, Inc., Reboot and the Foreign Service Institute.

 Previously, Lt. Goldbeck served as the national spokesperson for the Truman National Security Project, highlighting the critical role international development plays in America’s national security. Previously, she directed cutting edge advocacy and media campaigns around mass atrocity prevention for the Save Darfur Coalition, Genocide Intervention Network and STAND, global human rights advocacy organizations. 

Lt. Goldbeck is a Senior Fellow with the Alliance for Youth Movements, a Partner with the Truman National Security Project, a Fellow with New Leaders Council and a graduate of Northwestern University. In 2012, she was awarded the George C. Marshall Advocacy Award and the Office of the Atlanta Mayor's Phoenix Award for Civic Leadership.





NLC News - New Leaders Council

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Erin Belitskus | Clare Bresnahan | Janessa Goldbeck | Paula Hodges | Yetunde A. Odugbesan-Omede | Shane Seaver | Leanne Stogsdill
Janessa Goldbeck 
2nd Lt. Janessa Goldbeck is a Combat Engineer Officer with the United States Marine Corps. Prior to joining the Marine Corps, Lt. Goldbeck's work focused on the intersection between national security, human rights, international development and technology. She has consulted on a range of projects for government, nonprofit and corporate clients, including the Department of Defense, the Office of Opinion Research at the Department of State, Campaign Consultation, Inc., Reboot and the Foreign Service Institute.

 Previously, Lt. Goldbeck served as the national spokesperson for the Truman National Security Project, highlighting the critical role international development plays in America’s national security. Previously, she directed cutting edge advocacy and media campaigns around mass atrocity prevention for the Save Darfur Coalition, Genocide Intervention Network and STAND, global human rights advocacy organizations. 

Lt. Goldbeck is a Senior Fellow with the Alliance for Youth Movements, a Partner with the Truman National Security Project, a Fellow with New Leaders Council and a graduate of Northwestern University. In 2012, she was awarded the George C. Marshall Advocacy Award and the Office of the Atlanta Mayor's Phoenix Award for Civic Leadership.





mobilize.org

Janessa Goldbeck
Consultant Janessa Goldbeck believes that the most basic human right, freedom from fear, begins with security. To focus national attention on how international development keeps America safe, Janessarecently completed a 4,200-mile solo cross-country bicycle ride, appearing in the media, holding events and meeting with elected officials along the way. She began her career in global human rights advocacy, directing national field strategy for the Save Darfur Coalition, Genocide Intervention Network and STAND. An experienced trainer, Janessa has designed and led online organizing, advocacy and communications workshops for community organizers, non-profit professionals and students around the world at the New Organizing Institute, Echoing Green Foundation, National Student Partnerships, National Service Communicators Institute, Alliance for Youth Movements and AmeriCorps. Janessa is a Senior Fellow with the Alliance for Youth Movements, a Truman Project Partner, and a recipient of the George C. Marshall Award for Foreign Policy Advocacy. In October, Janessa will attend Officer Candidates School with the United States Marine Corps.


www.movements.org

In October, Save Darfur/Gi-Net's Janessa Goldbeck blogged here about how they harnessed social networks to get the referendum in front of a national audience during a presidential town hall.


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