Board of Directors


Devin G. Atallah, Ph.D. is a family psychotherapist; community health worker; educator; researcher; social justice activist and community organizer; and a clinical assistant professor of counseling psychology and applied human development at Boston University

Timothy Davis, Ph.D. is part-time Lecturer in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, a Faculty Member of the Boston Psychoanalytic Institute and has a private practice in Child Psychology.

Betsy Eggert (Clerk) who holds a B.A. from Harvard, a J.D. from Boston University Law School and a M.Div. from Andover Newton Theological School (now part of Yale Divinity School), is an attorney-at-law.

Don McInnes (Treasurer), who holds a B.A. from Grinnell College, an M.B.A. from Northwestern University and a J.D. from Harvard Law School, is an attorney-at-law (retired).

Othman M. Mohammad, M.D., is a child and adolescent psychiatrist and Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at UMass Medical School.

Nancy Murray (President), who holds a B.A. from Harvard and a B.Phil. and Ph.D. from Oxford University, is the recently retired long-term Director of Education at the ACLU of Massachusetts and co-founder of the Gaza Mental Health Foundation, Inc.

Hilary Rantisi, who holds an M.A. from the University of Chicago, is the Associate Director of the Religion, Conflict and Peace Initiative (RCPI) at Harvard Divinity School, where she is also an Associate Director of External Relations and Senior Fellow at the Religious Literacy Project. Previously, she served as Director of the Middle East Initiative (MEI) at Harvard Kennedy School of Government. 

Alice Rothchild, who holds a B.A. from Bryn Mawr College and an M.D. from Boston University Medical School, is a retired obstetrician-gynecologist, author, and filmmaker and was formerly Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Harvard Medical School.

Sara Roy, Ed.D., is a Senior Research Scholar at the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Harvard University.

Bill Slaughter, M.D., M.A., divides his time between clinical practice and cross-cultural, holistic health/wellness training and advocacy focused on the U.S. and Levant.

Stewart Ting Chong, a South African, served on the personal staff of Archbishop Desmond Tutu and was involved with numerous human rights organizations during the apartheid era: Human Rights Committee, Joint Forum on Policing, Network of Independent Monitors and a Religious Response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. He participated in submissions for the formation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the South African Constitution. Stewart holds a dual M.S from Boston University and is an adjunct faculty member at Boston University and North Eastern University. 

Institutional affiliations are provided for identification purposes only.