Nancy Rubin currently serves as co-chair of Amnesty International's 50th Anniversary Year to build a larger international grassroots movement to prevent abuse and promote human rights. Previously Ms. Rubin served as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Commission for Human Rights where she led international initiatives on securing rights around the world. Ms. Rubin also served the Clinton Administration as a Director in the Corporation for National and Community Service to establish AmeriCorps, which has placed over half a million Americans in public service programs. At AmeriCorps, Ms. Rubin led the public private partnership initiative to garner the business community's support. She has also served on the Public Policy Support Committee of the National Red Cross and was catalytic to a loan repayment program for law students pursuing careers in the public's interest. During the Carter administration, Ms. Rubin served as Deputy Director of Public Participation at the Department of Agriculture and worked at the White House as the National Coordinator of the Consumer Education Project. Prior to her service in Washington, Ms. Rubin was a public school teacher in Los Angeles, where she served on the Mayor's Advisory Committee on Youth. Ms. Rubin founded Community Outreach and served on a number of boards and commissions, including Women, Men and Media, and the Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health Center. She was the first chair of the National Mental Health Awareness Campaign and she received the Carrie Catt Chapman Public Service Award. Ms. Rubin holds a B.A. from UCLA.