Christina Reinke is a graduate research assistant with the CPC Learning Network and a first-year MPH student in the Department of Population and Family Health with a certificate in Public Health and Humanitarian Assistance. Originally from Minneapolis, Christina attended the University of St. Thomas, where she studied Social Work with minors in Justice and Peace Studies and English. In her domestic work, Christina specialized in trauma-informed practice with young children and their families. She also lived and worked in Arusha, Tanzania, supporting small NGOs with the development and management of programs aimed at preventing family separation. Prior to coming to Mailman, Christina worked with Better Care Network, where she oversaw knowledge management and communications activities concentrated on strengthening care systems for children living outside of family care worldwide. Christina is dedicated to continuing her work in the global child protection field and eager to further explore issues related to children in adversity and forced migration through the CPC Learning Network.