Rafah Anabtawy is a social worker, organizational consultant, feminist and social activist. In her most recent position, she served as the director of the Kayan Feminist Organization, which works for social justice and the advancement of women. In this capacity, Rafah was responsible for managing the organization, realizing its goals, objectives, and vision, training staff, developing content and projects, managing the budget, and coordinating development and fundraising. Rafah’s work is driven by a commitment to human rights and social justice. She began her career as a group facilitator,focusing on human rights, women’s status, and community and social engagement, and directed a regional day center for drug addicts. She then became involved in feminist activism, and both founded and coordinated the community work department at Kayan. Rafah holds a bachelor’s degree in social work from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and a master’s degree in social work and organizational managementfrom the University of Haifa. She’salso completed international courses in conflict resolution, human rights, minority rights, and gender. Rafah is particularly interested in promoting values-based education, human rights, and gender equality, and developing intervention models that integrate academic knowledge and practical experience.