Prerna Rathi is from India. Prerna graduated from American University, School of International Service, Washington, DC, with a BA in International Studies: International Development and International Conflict Resolution. In 2011, she attended The European Union Program in Brussels and participated in academic trips to 11 European countries. Prerna was awarded University Honors Capstone Grant for research thesis project on “The Power of Dialogue” which was published as a book by a German Academic Research Group. She has published a number of other articles in Pharmakon Journal and won trophy Academic Research Works for “Dynamics of Foreign Aid”; “Neo-liberal Narratives in the Rwandan Genocide”; “Exploring Legal Issues in International Trade and Environment”; “New lenses to view Intersexuality”; “Microfinance Policy Strategies in Bangladesh” and “Conflict Mediation and Risk Assessment in Kashmir.” Prerna has now moved back to her home city of Pune, India where she is working for Save the Children and helping launch CSP in India.