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Born: 1973 (age 49 years), Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Spouse: Roger Jenkins (m. 1999–2011)
Children: Eneya Jenkins, Innis Jenkins, Eliyanah Monroe
Parents: Rašida Ćatić, Smajo Ćatić

Real Name Sanela Diana Jenkins
Short Name Diana
Famous As Entrepreneur
By Profession Entrepreneur and philanthropist

Boyfriend/Husband Roger Jenkins
Children’s Innis Jenkins, Eneya Jenkins
Height 5′-9″
Weight 70 kg

Food Habits Not Known
Eye Color Black Color
Hair Color Light Brown Color
Shoe Size 7 US

Date of Birth 1973
Birth Place Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Marital Status Married
Zodiac Sign Not Mentioned

Hair Length Average
Nationality American
Religion Christian
School High School

Education Graduated
College City University, London
Mother Rasida Catic
Father Smajo Catic

Sibling’s Not Known
Appeared As Entrepreneur and philanthropist

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Diana Jenkins 10 Fast Facts, Biography, Wiki

In 1999, she married Roger Jenkins who was a prominent executive at Barclays Bank. The couple met at the gym at the Barbican, where Jenkins was living after the end of his marriage to his first wife, a banker at Barclays.

They have two children together and later divorced.

Sanela Diana Jenkins is a bright light in the world. She is a dedicated mother, a philanthropist, an accomplished entrepreneur, and a widely respected and unwavering voice for peace whose experience of war is all too personal.

Born in Bosnia, and the eldest of two, her comfortable childhood was tragically shattered in 1992 when Serbia began its slaughter and displacement of the country’s innocent. She reflects, this is when “hillside snipers made targets of schoolchildren.”

During the war, the heartbreaking murder of her younger brother Irnis forced her to flee Bosnia as a refugee to Croatia. After one year, she moved to London where she eventually attained asylum and sowed the beginnings of a brighter future. She graduated City University with a BS degree and high honors in math and science, all while learning English and supporting her parents back in Sarajevo.

Jenkins is the founder and CEO of Neuro Drinks, an award winning and revolutionary beverage line that conveniently provides essential nutrients for the modern, overtaxed consumer.

She is the founder and CEO of D Empire Entertainment —a full service music label that represents emerging and established artists within the intersection of traditional and innovative media strategy, branding, publicity, recording, distribution and licensing.

She has received international recognition for her tireless peace and justice work, including the Enduring Vision Award from Elton John’s AIDS Foundation, and was hailed as one of the “World’s Top Three Justice Innovations of 2012” by The Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law (HiiL).

Her incredible philanthropic work has raised millions of dollars for relief and sustainable, localized humanitarian efforts in Haiti, Darfur, and Bosnia, with a focus on social justice, human rights, and AIDS research.

These efforts are channeled into many organizations, including the Elton John AIDS Foundation and The Clinton Foundation.

She produced “Room 23” with the help of her friends, including George Clooney, Cindy Crawford, Ludacris, Elton John and many others.