Husain Abdulla, MA | Executive Director

Husain Abdulla, originally from Bahrain, is the founder and Executive Director of Americans for Democracy & Human Rights in Bahrain. As Executive Director, Husain leads the organization’s efforts to ensure that US policies support the democracy and human rights movement in Bahrain. Husain also works closely with members of the Bahraini-American community to ensure that their voices are heard by US government officials and the broader American public.

Husain holds a Master’s degree in Political Science and International Relations from the University of West Florida and a BA in Political Science and Mathematics from the University of South Alabama.

Tyler Pry, MA | Advocacy Officer

Tyler leads ADHRB’s research and advocacy work on human rights abuses in Bahrain and the broader Gulf region and provides support to the organization’s broader programs. Tyler is a graduate of the London School of Economics where he received his Master’s degree in International Relations. He focused on the Middle East and the relationship between the state, power, and violence. Through his studies, he gained an interest in human rights. He hopes to pursue this interest by gaining further experience and continuing work on human rights and the issues of politics and violence relating to the Middle East.

Bridget Quitter, JD, LL.M | Legal Officer

Bridget received a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Louisville and a Juris Doctor from Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University. She also holds an LLM in International Human Rights Law from the Irish Centre for Human Rights, where she focused on women’s rights and gender under international law, as well as International Humanitarian Law.

Before joining the ADHRB team in November 2017, Bridget worked with United Nations institutions in Vienna and New York, including the United Nations Register of Damages Caused by the Construction of the Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (UNRoD) and the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). She is a licensed attorney in the state of Ohio.