Prerna Rathi is a humanitarian practitioner from India, with an MSc in International Development and Humanitarian Emergencies from LSE. She was a Caux Scholar in 2014 and helped start Caux Scholars Programme – Asia Plateau (CSP-AP) in India. Prerna has worked with several organizations in the government, non-profit and private sectors in the U.S, U.K, Belgium, Lebanon, Nigeria, India and Nepal. She is currently affiliated with the Azadi Project in Greece to teach digital media storytelling to female refugees. Previously, Prerna worked with Save the Children and Mercy Corps to manage donor reporting, program designing and capacity building processes. Her work projects, such as providing surge support in the Syrian refugee response, Boko Haram crisis and Nepal earthquake, have further elevated her understanding of contextual complexities at micro and macro levels of emergencies. As a part of the core team, Prerna seeks to explore alternative platforms to overcome violent extremism.