Jahkini Bisselink joined Whetston strategic foresight in 2020, as a youth expert. Jahkini is a former United Nations Youth Delegate and now continues her work researching trends amongst her own generation, generation Z. She has developed into a memorable speaker, working with clients like Deutsche Telekom and the European Parliament.
Jahkini’s strong suit is that she is able to give an authentic insight in the world of her own generation: Gen Z, whilst clearly understanding how to translate this knowledge into business take-aways.
In her role as a UN Youth Delegate she has spoken with 4000+ young people in the form of consultations and travelled from New York to Geneva to let their voice be heard.
At the age of 18 she gave her first speech during the General Assembly of the United Nations, and over the years she has developed into an inspiring speaker, who can bring a fresh breath of air to the stage.
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“It’s been an absolute pleasure working with Jahkini & Lecyca. From the preparation to their presentation style: they are the perfect speakers to give insight into Gen Z!”
“We had the pleasure of featuring Jahkini as a speaker on youth communication to our staff. She was great to work with and attentive to our needs. Her talk was interactive and engaging and her answers during the Q&A were thoughtful and relevant.”
“Jahkini was a fantastic panelist. Her insights were praised by our event attendees, and her composure offered substantial points that revealed cultural truths of Gen Z.”
“Jahkini is an inspiring young woman who has a brilliant mind, a positive attitude and the power to encourage young people to take a stand in life. It’s been a real pleasure working with her. We would definitely work with her again and can highly recommend her as a speaker, content creator, influencer and interview partner.”
“Jahkini represented the voice of Gen Z on an event with C-level executives of different banks. She is well spoken and honest. Her participation added a new perspective to the table discussion.”