Priscillia Kounkou-Hoveyda, Founder
Priscillia is a human rights lawyer who has a decade of experience working with the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), other UN agencies and non-governmental organizations in the U.S, France, DR Congo, the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, Central African Republic, the Federal Republic of Nigeria and many others. Her work focuses on building international and national policies for the most vulnerable populations around the world. She has led the release and reintegration of children associated to armed groups/forces, incarcerated children as well as survivors of sexual violence.
In her other life, Priscillia, born in France from a Congolese father and an Iranian mother, is a writer, documentary filmmaker and the founder of the Collective for Black Iranians.
She holds dual International Law and Business degrees from Sorbonne Law, ESSEC Business School and NYU Law.