Ms. Anonymous is a Bahraini-American and an organizing force behind the Bahrain Coordinating Committee, but for security reasons, remains anonymous. Born in Bahrain, she attended a university in the United States and now lives and works in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
Abed Ayoub is an attorney and a member of the American Bar Association. He is a graduate of the University of Detroit-Mercy School of Law, where he received recognition for his public interest work and dedication to the legal community.
Ayoub attended the University of Michigan where he received a BA in Corporate Communications and Public Relations.
Ayoub was born and raised in Dearborn, Michigan, home of the largest concentration of Arab Americans in the U.S. He lives in Washington, DC.
Husain Abdulla is the director of Americans for Democracy and Human Rights in Bahrain. He works with U.S. congressional members on policy decisions regarding the pro-democracy movement in Bahrain.
Abdulla was the leading force in founding the first ever Bahraini-American organization advocating for sensible US foreign policy regarding Bahrain, with emphases on democracy and human rights, in addition to security and military issues.
Abdulla has been instrumental in arranging interviews with Bahraini activists and congressional members and the media.
He graduated with a Bachelors degree from University of South Alabama in Political Science and Mathematics. He also received his Masters degree from University of West Florida in Political Science.
Abdulla is an American citizen who is originally from Bahrain. He lives in Mobile, Alabama, and frequently visits Washington, DC for his work on behalf of Bahrain.
Public Relations Support
Mary Fletcher Jones and David Hyson of of the Falls Church, Virginia PR firm Fletcher Prince believe in the cause of universal human rights and provide public relations counsel, social media services, and design services to the Bahrain Coordinating Committee on a pro bono basis.