Christina Reinke, BSW, MPH is a Research Associate with the CPC Learning Network. She is a recent graduate of the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University, where she studied Population and Family Health with a certificate in Public Health and Humanitarian Action. Christina’s background centers around issues related to care for children in adversity, with particular interests in family preservation and reintegration, alternative care, and child welfare reform. She has experience working with trauma-affected children and families in the Minneapolis area and supporting local and international NGOs with program management and monitoring and evaluation activities in East Africa. She has also contributed to global efforts promoting access to information and information exchange among child care and protection practitioners, researchers, and policymakers through her work in knowledge management and research. Christina is dedicated to translating the science of child development and adversity into trauma sensitive policies and practices in child welfare, education, and youth justice systems.