FORA.tv Speaker - Mark Hanis

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Biography

Mark Hanis was appointed by US President Barack Obama to serve in the 2012-2013 Class of White House Fellows and is placed in the Office of the Vice-President. A serial social entrepreneur, Hanis co-founded the Organ Alliance to address the unnecessary deaths due to a shortage of transplantable organs. Previously, he was Co-Founder and President of United to End Genocide (formerly Genocide Intervention Network and Save Darfur Coalition), an organization created with the mission to empower citizens and communities with the tools to prevent and stop genocide. From February to August 2003, he worked for the Office of the Prosecutor at the Special Court for Sierra Leone. He was a 2006 Draper Richards Kaplan Fellow, a 2006 Echoing Green Fellow, a 2009 Prime Mover Fellow and a 2008 Ashoka Fellow. Hanis graduated from Swarthmore College with a degree in Political Science and a minor in Public Policy.

6 Programs

Human Rights On and Off the Internet: Social Networking

05.05.09 | 01:26:09 min | 4 comments

Darfur & Beyond with Mark Hanis

03.12.09 | 00:59:39 min | 1 comment

Mark Hanis - Genocide Prevention and Intervention

09.18.08 | 01:04:20 min | 1 comment

Social Entrepreneurs Panel

09.16.06 | 01:00:08 min | 0 comments

911 Plus 5: Youth and the Future

09.10.06 | 01:16:22 min | 1 comment