Rebecca Liron is a graduate research assistant with the CPC Learning Network. She is a second-year MPH student in the Department of Population and Family Health with a certificate in Public Health and Humanitarian Assistance. She was born in France, raised in California, and studied Political Science and International Studies at Northwestern University. While at Northwestern, Rebecca worked on refugee research initiatives for the Center for Forced Migration Studies, and conducted her thesis research on asylum seekers’ rights and experiences in Tel Aviv, Israel. She moved to Nairobi, Kenya as a Princeton in Africa Fellow at the International Rescue Committee, focused on grant management and reporting. Rebecca then worked as a Senior Caseworker and Resettlement Officer with the CWS Resettlement Support Center (RSC) Africa, conducting interviews with refugees across Sub-Saharan Africa for resettlement to the US. For her MPH Practicum, she worked on a child well-being survey in Côte d’Ivoire with UNICEF, the Ivorian government’s Direction of Child Protection, and the CPC Learning Network. Rebecca is committed to continuing her work in the forced migration field, and is enthusiastic about further exploring child protection and related psychosocial support for vulnerable populations through her work with CPC.