President Jahjaga served as the fourth, and the first woman President of the Republic of Kosovo, elected by the Parliament of Kosovo in 2011. During her tenure as President she sought to strengthen the democratic institutions of the country and helped to build and to secure greater international recognition for Kosovo. President Jahjaga has worked to build bridges between Kosovo's various ethnic communities. She has been active in interfaith dialogue and has continuously reached out to minority communities in Kosovo. President Jahjaga led institutional efforts to rehabilitate and reintegrate survivors of sexual violence from the war with Serbia. In March 2014, Jahjaga established the National Council for Survivors of Sexual Violence During the War in Kosovo. Please join us for a special evening.