JENIFER WHITE, Ph.D.
Founder at Project 1948
Jenifer is an International Psychologist, Arts-Based Researcher, and the founder of Project 1948.
She lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma with her Maltese, Moscow.
Her ten-year career in the non-profit sector has contributed to her extended work in Rwanda, Brazil, Italy, South Africa, Germany, France, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The heart of her work lies in Sarajevo using photography and the human voice as a platform for policy-change in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Find her drinking a cappuccino or cabernet.
Or in child's pose at yoga.
Olivia is a Permanent NGO Representative for Project 1948 by working in the fields of capacity building and the advancement of women. She holds an advisory role at the United Nations Headquarters on behalf of civil society in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where she monitors 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.
Eden Yetay is an American of Ethiopian Descent, and a Masters Candidate in Industrial and Organizational Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in Los Angeles, California.
She serves as a representative for Project 1948 to the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and its subsidiary bodies, working towards reaffirming commitment to the SDG’s.
Her ultimate goal is to help achieve peace, justice and gender equality by representing civil society while working collaboratively with stakeholders at all levels of government and with UN leaders around the globe.