In-Sight Collaborative is a  registered 501(c)3 organization made up of a network of advocates with a shared vision for the improvement of the way we deliver humanitarian aid. Through partnerships and solidarity, we believe in promoting the empowerment of displaced populations and fostering self-sustaining growth through periods of adversity by supporting emergency interventions and long-term projects that aim to preserve dignity and independence while cultivating community. With nearly 70.8 million people displaced globally according to UNHCR due to factors such as conflict, natural disasters, and climate change, we recognize that modern displacement requires modern solutions.

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Our Mission

In-Sight Collaborative aims to improve the way we deliver humanitarian aid by promoting the maintenance and return of autonomy and dignity among displaced populations. We do this through partnerships, advocacy, and education. We partner with displaced communities as they determine their needs, then work with local NGOs and international operators and experts to connect the resources and solutions to where they are most needed.

Our Story

Our Board

Madi Williamson

Madi Williamson is an author, registered nurse, and aid worker from Seattle, Washington. In 2016 she spent three months volunteering with medical teams in refugee camps in Greece where the idea for In-Sight was born from a lack of coordination between actors on the ground, and her communities in the camps and back home. Her introduction to aid delivery came in the form of a mission trip to the Dominican Republic when she was 19 that changed the course of her education and career. Since that trip, Madi has become an avid traveler who has explored medical aid delivery in communities in the US, the Middle East, Europe, and the Caribbean. She hopes to continue to push for improvement in the way we manage healthcare in humanitarian crises all over the world. 

Dylan Skeffington

Dylan Skeffington currently works for environmental NGOs that focus on empowering communities around the world to become the best stewards of their own natural surroundings. After earning a degree in philosophy from UC Berkeley he wound up working in the refugee camp known as "The Jungle" in Calais, France during the autumn of 2016, and has since been involved in NGO work in a variety of capacities, most recently as an executive director and consultant. Most of his spare time is spent pursuing an alternate life as an adrenaline junkie.

Kristina Grayhek

Kristina is currently completing 10 months of service as a Team Leader in the AmeriCorps NCCC FEMA Corps Program. During her time in FEMA Corps, she has been deployed to Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Maria recovery efforts where she worked with the Continuous Improvement Program, Health and Social Services Sector, and FEMA’s Hub of Philanthropic Engagement. She received her Bachelor’s in Human Biology and Health Sciences from UC Berkeley with minors in Global Poverty & Practice and Global Public Health. In 2016, she volunteered with Salaam Cultural Museum and the Syrian American Medical Society as an EMT and Triage Lead in refugee camps in northern Greece.  Her experience working with and learning from crisis-affected populations has cultivated her desire to continue serving alongside survivors. 

Margaret Bond

Margaret Bond got her BS in Biology and Global Health at the University of Washington in June, 2019. She's now working in San Francisco, CA before applying for Grad Schools in the healthcare field. Margaret brings an incredible amount of knowledge of health systems to the In-Sight team as well as her genuine passion for improving the lives of those around her. Margaret has volunteered lots of time on community projects such as an annual soccer tournament to benefit orphans and destitute children in Sierra Leone through Children of the Nations International. 

Kirstyn Campbell

Kirstyn started managing grass-roots non-government organizations in 2010 in Melbourne Australia bringing members of the local community together with newly arrived refugees from Sudan to provide English lessons, recreational activities and support, followed by establishing and managing programs for asylum seekers in immigration detention remote islands of the Indian Ocean. 

In 2014, Kirstyn began a legal career as a criminal law public defender for Aboriginal legal services in Darwin and areas of the Northern Territory, before moving to Queensland representing legal aid victims of domestic violence and victim compensation matters. In 2016 she accepted a place in the United Nations Inter-regional Crime and Justice Research Institute's Master of Laws at Turin, Italy. After graduating she spent time in the Calais 'Jungle' refugee camp providing legal education and French and English lessons for the residents. 

Kirstyn is currently based in London at Citizens Advice.

Dani Dobrot

Dani completed a Masters in International Community Development with a focus on disaster response and displacement. In addition to graduate school, Dani has been working as an emergency room nurse for over 7 years and worked on a project with the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology developing nursing clinical instruction for emergency, trauma medicine in Kumasi, Ghana. Dani also volunteered in Jordan with a variety of organizations working with Syrian refugees. During graduate school, Dani performed fieldwork, observing and analyzing the refugee response in Zambia. One of her main interests involves synthesizing innovative ideas in humanitarian response and development by encouraging a perspective that promotes holistic well-being.