Diana Jenkins is no stranger to hardships. Born and raised in Sarajevo, Diana has witnessed loss and helplessness caused by years of ongoing fighting in Bosnia. Diana lost her beloved brother, Irnis Cathic at a young age because of the fighting; she would later find a noble way to commemorate his name. Diana Jenkins studied Economics at the University of Sarajevo. When the opportunity presented itself to migrate to a safer place, Diana was able to relocate to London, England where she was granted refuge. Diana was working hard to support herself and send money back home to her parents when she decided to once again enroll in school and pursue an additional degree in economics. As a student at the City University of London, Diana made the plunge into the business world. Diana Jenkins saw potential in a swim suit designer named Melissa Odabesh, and was able to become a significant partner in that line of swim suits she would later successfully introduce to the United States . When Diana was an established businesswoman and still a still a part time student of Economics, she met her husband to be Roger Jenkins at a fancy health club in London. Roger, a distinguished banker who had spent over 20 years at Barclays married Diana in 1999. The couple has 2 children and currently resides in California. Diana Jenkins is a successful business woman. She is the owner of Neuro Brands, a health and well being Beverage Company based in Santa Monica, California. In recent years, Diana has also collaborated with actor Will Smith in creating a Middle Eastern film distribution company called Red Pearl Pictures. Although Diana Jenkins has found success, she does not forget where she had come from. Diana Started the Irnis Cathic foundation back In Bosnia that helps fund the medical school at the University of Sarajevo as well as orphanages and projects that aim to rebuild houses for those who have lost their homes due to fighting in Bosnia. Diana Jenkins is also the person who is responsible for starting the International Justice Clinic at UCLA in 2008. The clinic’s main goals are to advance research of war crimes and to assist in the prosecution of criminals of war all over the world. In December 2008 Diana and her Husband Roger hosted a fund raising dinner that raised £10 Million for victims of the genocide is Darfur.