Zoe H. Robbin is a researcher in Amman, Jordan, where she conducts monitoring and evaluation for a variety of EU and USAID initiatives focused on women’s empowerment, governance, and education in the Arab Region for INTEGRATED. She is a Fulbright research finalist, senior fellow with Humanity in Action, and member of Foreign Policy for America’s (FP4A) NextGen Middle East working group. She is also on the junior board of Reclaim Childhood, a nonprofit based in Jordan that provides girls with opportunities to play sports. Her research on health, development, and women’s empowerment has been published in several peer-reviewed journals, including AIDS and Behavior, Violence Against Women, and the Journal of Interpersonal Violence. She is proficient in French and Arabic. Zoe holds dual bachelor's degrees summa cum laude from Emory University in Quantitative Sciences and Arabic Studies.
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