Kimberly O’Haver is a program manager with the Open Society Youth Initiative. She oversees the Youth Initiative’s work promoting the rights of youth with disabilities as well program activities in the former Soviet Union.
Prior to joining the Open Society Foundations in 2006, O’Haver worked in Moscow, Russia, as a freelance journalist and for various nonprofit organizations. She holds an MA in nonprofit arts administration from the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati and a BA in both political science and Russian from the University of Chicago. She is currently working toward a certificate in disability studies at the City University of New York.