Kimberly O’Haver is a program manager with the Open Society Human Rights Initiative. She works to incorporate youth-directed and youth-focused programming into HRI’s grant-making portfolios on LGBT, disability, and reproductive rights.
Previously, O’Haver assisted in the direction of the Open Society Youth Initiative, promoting the rights of marginalized youth internationally and directing youth-focused program activities in countries of the former Soviet Union. She has also served in the Office of International Operations, the Office of Programs, and the Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa. Prior to joining Open Society, she worked in Moscow as a freelance journalist and for various not-for-profit organizations.
O’Haver holds an MA in arts administration from the College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati, and a BA in political science and Russian from the University of Chicago.