Alexandra Chen is a child protection and mental health specialist from Hong Kong working with refugees in conflict and post-conflict zones. Over the last decade, Alexandra has been working with vulnerable and displaced communities in and from Israel-Palestine, Iraq, Somalia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Ethiopia, South Africa, Senegal, Myanmar, and most recently as advisor to UN agencies on the Syria crisis. She is currently serving Syrian and other refugees in Lebanon, Jordan and Greece, focused on providing therapy for victims of sexual violence and torture. Alexandra is also undertaking her PhD at Harvard University, studying the impact of trauma and toxic stress on children’s cognitive functioning. She speaks 10 languages, including Chinese, Arabic and French.

For further contact, Alexandra can be reached at alexandra.chen@post.harvard.edu

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