(please click on name below for contact information, and to read full staff bios)Sirine Shebaya, Executive Director
Program Areas: Border Issues, Civil Rights, Detention and Deportation, Enforcement, Expedited Removal/Credible Fear, Habeas petitions, Muslim Ban
Phone: 617-227-9727 x2 · Email: Sirine Shebaya
Executive Director Sirine Shebaya is a longtime immigrant rights advocate who focuses on combining litigation and public campaign strategies to defend and advance the rights of immigrant communities of color. She has litigated several high-profile cases alongside and on behalf of communities impacted by the Muslim Ban, family separation, discriminatory police practices, and immigration detention and enforcement. In partnership with local community groups, she led a campaign that resulted in eliminating ICE holds in most jurisdictions in Maryland. Sirine's work advancing and defending immigrant rights has earned her numerous awards. She previously worked at the ACLU of Maryland and the Capital Area Immigrants’ Rights Coalition. She is very excited to be leading NIPNLG into its next chapter in the fight for immigrant justice.
Phone: 617-227-9727 x4 · Email: Guy Yarden
Program Areas: Terrorism Bars, Immigration Consequences of Convictions, Civil Rights
Phone: 617-227-9727 x3 · Email: Khaled Alrabe
Attorney Khaled Alrabe returns to NIPNLG from the Human Rights Center at UC Berkeley, where he was a researcher working on immigration, human trafficking, and accountability for victims of sexual violence through international courts. Khaled was a law fellow at NIPNLG in 2015-2016, and holds a BA from Harvard University and a JD from Georgetown University.
Phone: 617-227-9727 x5 · Email: Pamela Goldstein
Pamela Goldstein has worked in non-profit resource development, communications, and capacity-building for over 30 years. Prior to joining the National Immigration Project in 2010, she held senior development positions at Oxfam America, the Cambridge Women’s Center, and at CASA, the Central America Solidarity Association. Pamela brings a passion for social justice struggles and the role of philanthropic partnership to her work, and is a graduate of Tufts University, with a Masters in Public Administration and certificate in Executive Education from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.
Phone: 617-227-9727 x7 · Email: Ana Manigat
Ana Manigat oversees and maintains the National Immigration Project’s database records, including membership, payment status, seminar registration, address changes, and on-line payment information. Ana also manages the National Immigration Project’s listservs, including National Immigration Project (membership) and Crim-imm (Criminal and Immigration Law). Ana joined the staff of the National Immigration Project in 2002.