Constance Rose has had a career as a creative professional spanning 30 years. She has worked for many top tier ad agencies and was also CEO of her own corporation for over 10 years.
Having experienced crimes of coordinated stalking first hand, she has been focused since 2012 on bringing these human rights abuses into public awareness, with a goal of providing assistance to victims and motivating investigation and ultimately prosecution for perpetrators.
In 2016, Constance self-published the book The Joy Thieves, under the pen name of Mary Joy MacKay. The book details her journey being a victim of coordinated stalking and harassment.
In 2018 Constance co-founded a support group for victims of coordinated stalking in the Bay Area. The group currently has close to 100 members and is growing daily, demonstrating the need for relief and recourse for victims.
Director of Research
Ilona Gazarova has a professional career of 19 years, which includes administrative and business development roles. She has worked for a leading litigation law firm, as well as small start-up businesses where she gained invaluable skills.
Direct experience with harassment and covert organized crimes has had a profound effect on Ilona’s life. Her main objective is to help expose these unlawful acts and violations of human rights, and to provide support and assistance to the numerous victims of covert abuse. Ilona is dedicated to her work and believes justice will prevail.
Byron Anthony Mills II
Director, Strategic Initiatives
Byron has extensive project management experience in the hospitality and telecommunications industries. His experience includes managing cross functional teams to field test and implement new product initiatives. He also served in the capacity of the Western Region Development Manager for a national D.C. based political action committee where he worked closely with local volunteers, legislators, state representatives and major donors across the western United States
Acquiring an Associate’s education in Business Administration from San Francisco City College and a B.S. in Economics from San Francisco State University, Byron worked on a national health research project. In this role he analyzed health trends data and reported on potential economic health outcomes to inform public policy decisions. It is his goal to apply these skills to improve national awareness of cyber torture and strengthen laws to protect citizens through data and strategic relationships.
Volunteers from the Bay Area Support Group have been stepping up and supporting Advocacy for Humankind with their time, energy and generous attitudes. We are forever grateful to all of those who have the heart and passion to stand up for justice against these predatory crimes.
Partners Across the US
Advocacy for Humankind has been training partners in the following US cities to replicate the advocacy work we are doing with local politicians:
New York City
Board and Executive Team
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