Jana Morgan is the Director of Publish What You Pay – United States and leads the coalition’s efforts to bring transparency and accountability to the oil, gas, and mining sector. Her work includes guiding the coalition’s advocacy and research strategies to ensure the strong implementation of Section 1504 of the Dodd-Frank Act. She also collaborates with PWYP coalitions around the world to push for a global oil, gas, and mining payment transparency standard. She is an alternate civil society representative on the United States Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative multi-stakeholder group, as well as a Global Council member of PWYP International, representing North American and Europe. Previously, Jana worked at Global Witness, doing advocacy and in country field research on Afghanistan’s extractive sector, conflict minerals exploitation in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, and the development of governance systems for Uganda’s emerging oil sector. Jana holds an MA in International Relations from the Maxwell School of Syracuse University and a Certificate of Advanced Study in Conflict Resolution. She received her BA in Government from St. Lawrence University.
You can contact Jana at jmorgan[at]pwypusa.org or at 202-496-1189.
Waseem Mardini is the Policy Advisor at Publish What You Pay – United States. His work includes research, writing, and campaign strategy in service of coalition efforts to secure a strong implementing rule for Section 1504 of the Dodd-Frank Act. He has previously worked on extractive industries governance with the World Bank, on transparency and accountability with the Open Society Foundations, and international human rights law with the Open Society Justice Initiative. Waseem holds an MA from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University and a BA in Political Science from the University of Pittsburgh.
You can contact Waseem at wmardini[at]pwypusa.org, or at 202-777-2934.