Bruce Scotton, MD from Larkspur, California, is especially interested in working with people who see healing their wounds and problems as only one part of an ongoing effort to develop themselves as far as possible. This effort includes … Read More
Carissa Brands from San Rafael, California, has a special interest in Guatemala. She is a landscape professional, has worked on a number of native habitat restoration projects, and is active in California Native Plant Association. Carissa … Read More
Carol Costa from Fairfax, California, is our treasurer. She has been involved in MIRC (Marin Immigrant Rights Coalition) and works with the Canal Alliance to get the Marin County sheriff to act around Trust Act. She volunteers on a Spanish … Read More
Carolina Dutton from San Francisco is the board vice president. She is active in the Chiapas Support Committee and maintains a residence in San Cristobal de las Casas in Mexico. She helped organize the recent urgent response network in the … Read More
Cynthia Johnson from Berkeley, California, is on the board of the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists and is the former head of their Social Justice Center. She is on the Local Station Boardof KPFA, a progressive … Read More
Diana Bohn, from Berkeley, California, is our board secretary. Diana is a stalwart activist in a long list of social justice organizations. These include Community Initiative for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement, Alameda County … Read More
Faye Hinze from Corte Madera, California, is a founder of the Task Force on the Americas. Although our oldest board member, she continues to run circles around the rest of us. Her "peace house" is always open to kindred souls and is where … Read More
Leslee Coady from San Rafael and has been actively involved in the issues of Latin America since her first trip to Guatemala two months after Bishop Juan Gerardi was assassinated. She has also been on solidarity delegations to Cuba, Puerto … Read More
Maria Robinson from Healdsburg, California, was a Peace Corps volunteer in Honduras. She is active with the Honduras Solidarity Network and is interested in organizing delegations to Honduras, particularly focusing on outreach to the 5,000 … Read More
Rick Sterling from Walnut Creek, California, is president of the board. He is active with other organizations including Syrian Solidarity Movement and the Mount Diablo Peace and Justice Center. Rick has researched and written articles … Read More
Roger "Phineas" Stoll is not a formal member of the board, but performs two vital functions: he takes our minutes and makes mojitos. Roger is a militant in two civil disobedience affinity groups: Hot and Bothered and Presente. Roger is … Read More
Theresa Cameranesi from San Francisco is on the national council of the School of the Americas Watch, a leader in the SOAW San Francisco local group, and is on the SOAW legislative working group and on the personnel committee. She is active … Read More
We are a grassroots human rights organization dedicated to supporting the social justice movements in Latin America and the Caribbean,
along with educating North Americans about the realities of the Americas and the role the US plays there.
Founded in 1985, we are also known as the Marin Interfaith Task Force on the Americas (MITF).