Rana Ibrahem is a research specialist at LISD at Princeton University, where her work focuses primarily on identity security and democratic governance. Ibrahem manages the Institute’s Project on the OSCE, which contributes to the regional organization’s security dialogue and frames potential policy solutions. Ibrahem has worked as a policy fellow with Endeavor in Amman, Jordan, to analyze the efficacy of economic and social policies affecting Jordan’s growing technology sector and its young entrepreneurs, which was supported in part by the American Whig-Cliosophic Society Fellowship Award in Public Service. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Princeton University’s School of Public and International Affairs. Her senior thesis “Imagined Other or Next Great Threat: Perceptions of Muslims in the European Public Sphere” (2015) addressed the impact of perceptions on the political and regional instabilities surrounding the migrant crisis. Ibrahem is a native Arabic speaker, professional proficiency in Spanish, and basic understanding of German.