Ali Sussman is a second-year MPH student in the Department of Population and Family Health and is pursuing a certificate in Public Health and Humanitarian Assistance. Originally from New Jersey, Ali completed her undergraduate degree at Emory University where she studied International Relations with a focus on conflict resolution and a minor in Global Health. During college she interned at the CDC in the Department for International Emergency and Refugee Health. Additionally, she was a health educator at the Refugee Resettlement and Immigration Services of Atlanta. After college she worked at the Population Council. For her MPH Practicum, she worked with the CPC Learning Network and the Thai Transgender Alliance on Rainbow Childhoods. Ali is passionate about work related to forced migration and child protection and looks forward to continuing to pursue this passion with the CPC Learning Network.