Leslie DiTrani

Member, Board of Directors at American Immigration Council

Leslie DiTrani

Leslie DiTrani

Member, Board of Directors at American Immigration Council

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RelSci Relationships

77

Number of Boards

1

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Executive Director at American Immigration Council

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President at American Immigration Council

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Director, Immigration Policy Center at American Immigration Council

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Director, Center for Inclusion & Belonging at American Immigration Council

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Senior Portfolio Manager & Strategic Advisor at American Immigration Council

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Legal Director, Transparency at American Immigration Council

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Policy Director at American Immigration Council

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Managing Director of Programs at American Immigration Council

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Managing Director of Finance & Strategy at American Immigration Council

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Research Director at American Immigration Council

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Leslie DiTrani
Member, Board of Directors at American Immigration Council
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Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) was founded by Microsoft Corp. and actress Angelina Jolie with the mission of providing legal counsel to unaccompanied immigrant and refugee children in the United States, and ensuring that they are treated fairly and compassionately in our immigration system. KIND's innovative pro bono network of law firms, corporate law departments, and non-governmental organizations is committed to serving unaccompanied immigrant children in many areas of the country where the need is greatest, including Los Angeles, Seattle, Houston, and the Northeast corridor of the U.S.

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