Writer, adventurer, technology consultant and proud alumna of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and Kingston University London meet Ms Jheri. Her fields of study include Creative Writing, African American Literature, French, Social Justice, Post-Colonial Studies, International Relations, and Multi-lateral Diplomacy.

Ms Jheri studied with the School for International Training in Geneva, Switzerland. While abroad in Europe, she completed an Independent Study Project on the Misrepresentation of the United Nations Security Council later presenting her research in Pula, Croatia. In efforts to inspire other students to explore international concepts and opportunities abroad the blog kept while studying in Switzerland was published into a book entitled “M.E.E.T. me for Cheese and Chocolate ‘My European Experiences and Travels’” in September 2010.
Upon completion of the MA Creative Writing program at  Kingston University London, Ms. Jheri published “M.E.E.T. me for Tea in London” in January of 2014. In this text Ms Jheri shares insightful stories and details of pursuing her master’s degree and her experiences with NBC Olympics. Her writing continues to articulate the cultural differences that define the various corners of our evolving world.

Ms. Jheri’s professional experiences include large scale event organization and execution with NBCUniversal Olympic’s Game Services team at the summer games in London 2012 and the winter games in Sochi 2014. Today, she works with clients leveraging technology and social media to innovate our world. She is passionate about ensuring minority communities have access and understanding of emerging technologies thus leveling the playing field and inspiring entrepreneurship. Her goal is to encourage creativity and provide paths towards generational wealth for people of the world in hopes that one day no one will be hungry. 

“The earnest hope is to encourage travel, cultural understanding, and the pursuit of knowledge. To inspire creativity while entertaining and informing. Experiences outside of ones comfort zone can assist in molding a mature, focused, and disciplined person. will serve to ignite and motivate students and travelers to formulate their own experiences. We live in a globalizing world. A closed mouth will not get fed and a closed mind will suffer the same fate. will inspire people around the world to learn through exposure to different corners of our globe. The time has come to explore, remember pack light.”




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