Allyson McKinney Timm
Allyson McKinney Timm is a human rights lawyer, scholar, and faith leader with two decades of experience defending the dignity and rights of those on the margins, in the United States and globally. Her work promoting justice and equality has spanned the nonprofit, private, and academic sectors. She is the founder and executive director of Justice Revival, a Christian voice for human rights in the United States. In this role, she serves as convener of the #Faith4ERA campaign for the Equal Rights Amendment to the US Constitution. As the Cover-Lowenstein Fellow in International Human Rights at Yale Law School, Allyson taught and supervised students in the International Human Rights Clinic, investigating early and forced marriage, human trafficking, and religious liberty. Before that, she established and led the Uganda Field Office of International Justice Mission and initiated a program to defend the property and inheritance rights of widows and orphans.