Jennifer Ditona is a documentary photographer and visual artist based in Virginia. She is an avid traveler and has worked for multiple NGOs both nationally and globally. Her photography is focused on triple trauma and how communities handle loss and grief. Jennifer's work has been exhibited in galleries, and non-profits throughout the United States as well as Mexico, South America, Spain, and Canada. Her documentary work has also been published in multiple newspapers, and magazines throughout the United States, and Mexico. An image from her body of work The Ghost of You, where she documented stories of loss from the first year of COVID-19, was published in the book, #ICP Concerned: Global Images for Global Crisis, released in October 2021. This work is part of the permanent collection held at The International Center of Photography in New York City. Jennifer is actively pursuing a Ph.D. in International Studies. Her concentration is in Conflict and Cooperation, and Global Displacement where her focus is on acts of radical hospitality within resettlement communities. Jennifer is the Program Coordinator for Every Campus A Refuge - ODU where she oversees the day-to-day aspects of hosting and working with globally displaced persons.