Megan Iorio

Megan Iorio runs Just Foreign Policy's administration. She was previously the organization's Organizing Director.

Megan has been involved in Just Foreign Policy's work since 2008, when she began to contribute research, writing, and technical expertise to the organization's campaign to prevent a U.S. war with Iran. Her other experience includes being a Palestine Works Fellow at the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) in Jerusalem, conducting research, writing, and FOIA work on national security surveillance for the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) and Georgetown's Center on Privacy and Technology, drafting a white paper on human rights applications of U.S. sanctions law for the International Corporate Accountability Roundtable (ICAR), and publishing a report on institutional violence toward LGBT individuals in El Salvador as a member of Georgetown Law's Human Rights Institute Fact-Finding Project.

Megan is currently a J.D. candidate at Georgetown Law., and has a bachelor's degree in Classics from New York University.

You can contact Megan at info[at]justforeignpolicy[dot]org or (202) 448-2898.