Mark Bromley is Co-Chair of the Council for Global Equality. He helped launch the Council in 2008 to encourage a clearer and stronger American voice on international LGBTQI human rights concerns. In 2016, he provided the first-ever testimony to the House Foreign Affairs Committee on the state of LGBTQI rights around the world. Today, Mark and his colleagues provide regular briefings on trends impacting LGBTQI individuals globally. He also monitors the UN human rights system and has conducted research on sexual violence as a war crime. Mark previously worked for Global Rights, where he coordinated donor relations, supported field offices, and launched an organization-wide LGBTI Initiative. From 2001-2002, Mark staffed Senator Feingold’s work on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, including the Senator’s Chairmanship of the Africa Subcommittee. Mark holds a JD 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 the human rights clinic at Virginia Law School. He lives in Washington with his husband and their children.