Council for Global Equality
Mark Bromley helped launch the
Council for Global Equality to encourage a clearer and stronger American voice
on international lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender human rights concerns.
Mr. Bromley previously worked for more than eleven years at Global Rights,
where he served in various program management positions. During his tenure at
Global Rights, he coordinated donor relations and helped open field offices in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Burundi, Morocco,
Nigeria and India. In 2005,
he launched an organization-wide Lesbian,
Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Initiative. Mr. Bromley has also
regularly monitored developments within the U.N. human rights system. He conducted
research on sexual violence in support of the International Criminal Tribunals for
Rwanda and for the former Yugoslavia, and he reviewed international law
standards in legal briefs filed by Global Rights, as amicus curiae, in human rights cases before U.S. and
international courts. From 2001-2002, Mr. Bromley served as a Foreign Policy
Fellow in the office of U.S. Senator Russ Feingold. During that period, he staffed Senator
Feingold’s work on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, including the
Senator’s Chairmanship of the Africa Subcommittee.
Mr. Bromley holds a Juris Doctor degree from the University
of Virginia School of Law and a BSFS
from the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.
He has published on human rights and
international law issues, and has served as an adjunct professor for
rights clinic at the University of Virginia School of Law and at Nova
Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center. He lives in
Washington with his husband, David Salie.