(New York, N.Y.) – United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI), the bipartisan, not-for-profit advocacy group leading efforts to warn companies and governments around the world about the dangers posed by the Iranian regime, announced today that former United States Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley has joined the organization as a senior advisor.
During her tenure as Ambassador to the United Nations, Haley was a passionate advocate for American interests around the world, including the diplomatic isolation of the Iranian regime in order to compel Tehran to abandon its nuclear program, support for terrorism, and human rights violations. Prior to her tenure in the Trump Administration, Haley served as Governor of South Carolina from 2011 to 2017 and three terms as a representative in the state’s legislature.
“The radical Iranian regime's destabilizing behavior, sponsorship of terrorism, and violations of multiple UN resolutions continues to threaten not only the Middle East, but the entire world. I saw the threat Iran poses first-hand at the United Nations. It is vital for us to work together to ensure that Iran never has nuclear weapons,” said Haley.
“We are thrilled to welcome Ambassador Haley to UANI. During her tenure as Ambassador to the United Nations, she was a clear voice and stood up to Iran and its destabilizing influence abroad. She will be a critical team member and counselor as we continue to advance our efforts in applying maximum pressure on Iran,” said UANI CEO Ambassador Mark D. Wallace.
“Ambassador Haley’s experience working on the world stage to advance sound policies to stop Iran’s quest for nuclear proliferation will help us achieve our shared goal of reducing the regime’s threat for years to come. We welcome Ambassador Haley to our movement and are honored to have her on board,” said UANI Chairman Senator Joseph I. Lieberman.