Juhu joined IWHC as Vice President of Programs in June of 2019. She is a human rights lawyer and a communications and narrative strategist who has founded numerous ventures focused on the rights of women, girls, and LGBTQI people. She works in the global context, addressing the many dimensions of sexual health and rights, gender-based violence, and women’s leadership.
Previously, Juhu has founded and served on senior leadership teams at social impact enterprises with both a domestic and global focus, including: Sex Workers Project at the Urban Justice Center; The Opportunity Agenda; the Narrative Initiative; NY Anti-Trafficking Network; and the NYC Women’s Salon. She began her career at NARAL Pro-Choice Texas and with legal Fellowships at Equal Rights Advocates and the Center for Reproductive Rights.
Juhu has a BA from Rice University and a JD from University of San Francisco School of Law.