Elinor Haddad is the operations manager of HEAL Trafficking, and has nearly a decade of experience in the nonprofit field. Prior to joining HEAL in 2020, Elinor was the interim membership and marketing manager and Los Angeles program coordinator for the San Francisco Bay Area-based organization Alliance for Girls, also working as development assistant to the national board of Women & Youth Supporting Each Other (WYSE), and interning for the Audrey Irmas Women and Girls’ Rights Department at Los Angeles Public Counsel. She currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Friends of Women’s Rights National Historical Park in Seneca Falls, NY, where she manages the Nan Johnson Legacy Fund and serves on the Board Nomination and Changemakers Youth Leadership subcommittees. An experienced strategic planner, manager, and developer, Elinor is passionate about empowering nonprofit organizations, like HEAL, to maximize sustainability, strive for more impactful results, and think creatively about how to achieve their goals. Elinor earned her bachelor’s degree in Law, History, and Culture from the University of Southern California in 2016, and currently lives in Pasadena, CA, with her husband and dog.