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Wednesday, 15 December 2021
Group 4: Artists For Humanity

Boston, Massachusetts | Organized by WorldBoston

  1. Ivan Miglenov IVANOV | Bulgaria  

  2. Mateja HORVAT | Croatia  

  3. Saja HUSSEIN | Egypt  

  4. Kartika JAHJA | Indonesia  

  5. Shely ANDRIAMIHAJA | Madagascar 

  6. Dia YONZON | Nepal  

  7. Melhem BADER | Palestinian Territories  

  8. Viktor CHOVKA | Ukraine  

  9. Vera CHISVO | Zimbabwe

Meeting Resources
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Meeting Details

Please join 10 minutes early

Login: 07:50 Eastern U.S. Time

Meeting: 08:00–09:30 Eastern U.S. Time

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Meeting ID: 898 4266 4319 

Passcode: IVLP 

Meeting organized by: WorldBoston in collaboration with Meridian International Center

Meeting Topic: Lorraine Johnson will discuss empowering youth through community arts, mentorship, and social entrepreneurship.

Meet Your Speaker
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Lorraine Johnson 


Director of Program Operations 

Artists for Humanity 

As Director of Program Operations at Artists For Humanity, Lorraine Johnson oversees AFH’s creative services, providing creative studio management, business development, and overall programming as it relates to AFH’s mission and Youth Arts Enterprise business model. For 15+ years, Johnson lived and worked internationally to support the development of artisan businesses and craft exporters across Africa. She later headed up Mozambique’s MDGF-funded Culture & Development program, leading from within UNESCO to work with and across 10 government ministries, six UN agencies and both urban and rural communities to advance the country’s cultural and creative industries. Johnson is a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer and received a B.A. in Education from Rhode Island College and an M.A. in International Development under the Program in Intercultural Management from the SIT Graduate Institute. 

About the Organization
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Artists For Humanity (AFH) (Boston, Massachusetts) is a non-profit social enterprise, bridging economic, racial, and social divisions by providing under-resourced teens the keys to self-sufficiency through paid employment in art and design. A powerhouse of art and design, AFH builds equity through creativity—offering teens a seat at the table with industry professionals where their opinions are valued, are treated as colleagues, and looked to as experts. Working collaboratively with a team of artist and designer mentors, teens learn as they earn a wage, use their intrinsic creativity as they master marketable skills and contribute to client projects, and forge a path toward post-secondary educational options and meaningful careers.  

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