Nahanni Rous "is the outreach and educational content director at Just Vision, a non-profit organization that widens the influence of Palestinian and Israeli grassroots peace builders. She has been an integral member of Just Vision’s team of Israeli, Palestinian and American young women since its inception, playing a key role in selecting, interviewing and building relationships with Palestinian and Israeli peace builders, and in shaping the presentation of their stories in Just Vision’s Online Network for Peace and documentary film, Encounter Point. Rous has presented Encounter Point for the "Celebrating Nonviolent Resistance" International Conference in Bethlehem, Harvard University's Center for Middle Eastern Studies, the Network of Arab American Professionals and American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee in Boston, Brit Tzedek V'Shalom/the Jewish Alliance for Justice and Peace, alumni of the Bronfman Youth Fellowship and the Dorot Fellowship in New York, the U.S. Institute of Peace in Washington DC, Al Jazeera International, and in theatrical screenings and film festivals in the U.S., Israel, and Dubai. Before working with Just Vision, Rous was a producer, writer, and reporter for WBUR Boston and WRNI Rhode Island public radio stations, and traveled across the United States in the fall of 2001 interviewing Americans about their reactions to September 11. She also served as assistant to National Public Radio's Jerusalem-based correspondent Linda Gradstein. She is an alumna of the Bronfman Youth Fellowship and the Dorot Fellowship in Israel." 
Resources and articles
- Nahanni Rous, United Jewish Communities, accessed November 2, 2007.