Jenifer White, Ph.D. | Founder at Project 1948   Driven by the belief, that photography holds possibility and our voice helps create a better world. Jenifer created Project 1948 to give cameras as an empowerment tool and amplify the voice of young adults who grew up with the aftermath of war. Honored to receive Special Consultative Status from the Economic and Social Council, she dots i’s, to improve our NGO report card by building strength and sustainability. Together, we cross t’s by innovating data, matching activities with outputs, outcomes, and making policy impact. Find her drinking a cappuccino, holding governments accountable, and passing the mic to young people at the United Nations. Strategic in Sass:  @jeniferwhite

Jenifer White, Ph.D. | Founder at Project 1948

Driven by the belief, that photography holds possibility and our voice helps create a better world. Jenifer created Project 1948 to give cameras as an empowerment tool and amplify the voice of young adults who grew up with the aftermath of war. Honored to receive Special Consultative Status from the Economic and Social Council, she dots i’s, to improve our NGO report card by building strength and sustainability. Together, we cross t’s by innovating data, matching activities with outputs, outcomes, and making policy impact. Find her drinking a cappuccino, holding governments accountable, and passing the mic to young people at the United Nations. Strategic in Sass: @jeniferwhite

Scott Mitchell, PM | NGO Representative to the United Nations   Scott joined Project 1948 in 2015. He brings several years of Project Management experience to the table. A Los Angeles native, Jeopardy winner, and Čevapi lover, Scott is passionate about Human Rights. Between Representing our NGO for a meaningful cause, find him in New York City, reviewing a broadway play, watching tennis with his husband, Ed, and walking their famous pup, Trevor. Equal in charm and whit:  @scott9mmc

Scott Mitchell, PM | NGO Representative to the United Nations

Scott joined Project 1948 in 2015. He brings several years of Project Management experience to the table. A Los Angeles native, Jeopardy winner, and Čevapi lover, Scott is passionate about Human Rights. Between Representing our NGO for a meaningful cause, find him in New York City, reviewing a broadway play, watching tennis with his husband, Ed, and walking their famous pup, Trevor. Equal in charm and whit: @scott9mmc

Eden Yetay,   M.A. | NGO Representative to the United Nations   Global Citizen and Feminist, Eden started with Project 1948 as an Intern and now serves as an NGO Representative to the United Nations. She is working towards achieving Gender Equality through policy-change on the Beijing Declaration on Platform for Action and reaffirming our commitment to Human Rights. Equally Ethiopian and American, Eden studies International Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Find her in Sunshine:  @ethioafrodite

Eden Yetay, M.A. | NGO Representative to the United Nations

Global Citizen and Feminist, Eden started with Project 1948 as an Intern and now serves as an NGO Representative to the United Nations. She is working towards achieving Gender Equality through policy-change on the Beijing Declaration on Platform for Action and reaffirming our commitment to Human Rights. Equally Ethiopian and American, Eden studies International Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Find her in Sunshine: @ethioafrodite

Olivia Dufour | NGO Representative to the United Nations   Human Rights Enthusiast, Olivia is a NGO Representative for Project 1948 by working in the fields of capacity building and the advancement of women and girls. She holds an advisory role at the United Nations Headquarters on behalf of civil society in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where she monitors and evaluates the impact of the Sustainable Development Goals to achieve Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions. Passionate about International Child Protection, Olivia has served as a Social Protection Ambassador for marginalized communities in Eastern Europe, Central Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. Find her consciously creating:  @VitaminCEO

Olivia Dufour | NGO Representative to the United Nations

Human Rights Enthusiast, Olivia is a NGO Representative for Project 1948 by working in the fields of capacity building and the advancement of women and girls. She holds an advisory role at the United Nations Headquarters on behalf of civil society in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where she monitors and evaluates the impact of the Sustainable Development Goals to achieve Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions. Passionate about International Child Protection, Olivia has served as a Social Protection Ambassador for marginalized communities in Eastern Europe, Central Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. Find her consciously creating: @VitaminCEO

Mel Hattie | NGO Documentary Photographer at Project 1948   Mel joined us through our partnership with  Photographers Without Borders . Her photos capture the strength of civil society, reveal Human Rights concerns, and amplifies the voice of every individual. Her stunning imagery compels and calls for action. With a pure heart, Mel uses her strength to communicate on behalf of our global community to see through a new lens. Find her frame:  @mel.hattie

Mel Hattie | NGO Documentary Photographer at Project 1948

Mel joined us through our partnership with Photographers Without Borders. Her photos capture the strength of civil society, reveal Human Rights concerns, and amplifies the voice of every individual. Her stunning imagery compels and calls for action. With a pure heart, Mel uses her strength to communicate on behalf of our global community to see through a new lens. Find her frame: @mel.hattie

Amer Čekić, M.A. | NGO Representative to Human Rights Council   24 year old human rights and democratization activist, Amer is our NGO Representative to the United Nations Human Rights Council. Living in Bosnia and Herzegovina, a highly discriminatory country that is constantly violating basic Human Rights is why Amer is devoted toward working solutions at the Palais de Nations. University of Sarajevo and Salzburg Political Sciences alumni, he is a Basketball lover and addicted to Tufahija (must try when in Bosnia and Herzegovina). Find him capturing Sarajevo, where East meets West:  @amercekic

Amer Čekić, M.A. | NGO Representative to Human Rights Council

24 year old human rights and democratization activist, Amer is our NGO Representative to the United Nations Human Rights Council. Living in Bosnia and Herzegovina, a highly discriminatory country that is constantly violating basic Human Rights is why Amer is devoted toward working solutions at the Palais de Nations. University of Sarajevo and Salzburg Political Sciences alumni, he is a Basketball lover and addicted to Tufahija (must try when in Bosnia and Herzegovina). Find him capturing Sarajevo, where East meets West: @amercekic

Belma Mahmić, M.A. | On-Ground NGO Project Coordinator   From Zenica, Belma builds relationships to help our NGO maximize impact on the ground. Passionate about peace-building processes and key factors in achieving reconciliation in a post-conflict development, Belma holds universal human rights, gender equality and empowerment of marginalized groups near and dear to her heart. Detail-oriented, she writes our grant proposals for funding. Belma spends her free time in Zagreb, Croatia aspiring to become a psychotherapist in Logo-therapy. Find her reading books, cooking vegan food and hanging out with her cats in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Belma Mahmić, M.A. | On-Ground NGO Project Coordinator

From Zenica, Belma builds relationships to help our NGO maximize impact on the ground. Passionate about peace-building processes and key factors in achieving reconciliation in a post-conflict development, Belma holds universal human rights, gender equality and empowerment of marginalized groups near and dear to her heart. Detail-oriented, she writes our grant proposals for funding. Belma spends her free time in Zagreb, Croatia aspiring to become a psychotherapist in Logo-therapy. Find her reading books, cooking vegan food and hanging out with her cats in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Christine Leclerc-Sherling, Ph.D. | NGO Representative to Human Rights Council   Based in Geneva, Christine joins Project 1948 passionate about building partnerships between international institutions and grassroots organizations in the field. Ever the International Psychologist, she believes when organizations share the same mission and work together, we can bring sustainable transformation locally, and inspire organizations globally. Her work consists of reaching a win for all parties aligning resources, strategies, and communication. A true, diplomat!

Christine Leclerc-Sherling, Ph.D. | NGO Representative to Human Rights Council

Based in Geneva, Christine joins Project 1948 passionate about building partnerships between international institutions and grassroots organizations in the field. Ever the International Psychologist, she believes when organizations share the same mission and work together, we can bring sustainable transformation locally, and inspire organizations globally. Her work consists of reaching a win for all parties aligning resources, strategies, and communication. A true, diplomat!

Jared Gallegos | Data Human at Project 1948   Co-creator of our Data Snapshot Curriculum, Jared joined Project 1948 through Predictive Network and Data Scientist Without Borders. Affectionately referred to as one of our data humans, he is a math tutor and graduate student that wants to help civil society navigate our increasingly quantified world. He specifically likes Project 1948 because of our plan to use both art and data as motivators for change. He converses in Python, VBA, SQL, Java, C++, and R. Motivated by the ubiquity of facts and figures in our everyday life, the Wild West of data is the world we live in. Find him teaching analytics and hanging with his cat on Instagram: @ jaredmgallegos

Jared Gallegos | Data Human at Project 1948

Co-creator of our Data Snapshot Curriculum, Jared joined Project 1948 through Predictive Network and Data Scientist Without Borders. Affectionately referred to as one of our data humans, he is a math tutor and graduate student that wants to help civil society navigate our increasingly quantified world. He specifically likes Project 1948 because of our plan to use both art and data as motivators for change. He converses in Python, VBA, SQL, Java, C++, and R. Motivated by the ubiquity of facts and figures in our everyday life, the Wild West of data is the world we live in. Find him teaching analytics and hanging with his cat on Instagram: @jaredmgallegos