Rena Greifinger is PSI's Technical Advisor for Youth and Girls, leading PSI's efforts to strengthen global capacity to address the sexual and reproductive health needs of adolescents and youth. Rena works across PSI's Reproductive Health and HIV teams on projects such as Adolescents 360, DREAMS, SHOPS Plus, SIFPO2 and as Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Program's partner on HC3. She developed and trains on PSI's curriculum for youth-friendly services in the private sector, leads design thinking initiatives and creates innovative marketing and communication tools for girl-and youth-centered programming. With partners at FHI360, Pathfinder International, and MSI, Rena co-organized and facilitated a technical consultation and high level meeting on LARCS and Youth in 2015, and wrote the resulting report on recommendations for research, programs and policy. Prior to working at PSI, Rena founded and ran Next Step’s One Love Project, a leadership and life-skills program for young people living with HIV in New England. She holds a Master’s of Science from the Harvard School of Public Health.