Raviva Hanser is a human rights advocate committed to supporting communities to realize their own visions of justice. Most recently, she worked with American Jewish World Service overseeing the strategy implementation to advance the rights of adolescent girls and young women in Kenya, as well as coordinated donors through a Sex Worker Donor Collaborative and a fund to advance sexual rights and gender justice in East Africa. She brings programmatic and resource mobilization experience from her time working with international NGOs, such as the World Science Festival and Save the Children. After graduating from The New School in New York with a BA in Global Studies, she moved to New Delhi to work with Save the Children India where she monitored the implementation of national-level campaigns at the local level. She is currently pursuing an M.A. in Human Rights Studies from Columbia University.