Rawan Saleh is a Caseworker at IRAP Jordan. Rawan’s role involves conducting interviews with vulnerable refugees, interpreting and following up with these refugees with the purpose of providing them with legal services that can help them in the resettlement process.
Rawan comes to IRAP from RSC-MENA. Rawan began with IOM as a member of their communications department before shifting to the field team. As a member of the field team she conducted refugee interviews for the USRAP prescreening process and supported USCIS circuit rides. Prior to IOM, Rawan worked with a community center project, in partnership with UNHCR and Mercy Corps, that assisted Iraqi refugees and vulnerable Jordanians.
Rawan holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the Hashemite University. Rawan trained in Social and Psychological Counseling at Community Centers Association, participated in Focus Group research training (NGO Stakeholder Feedback Project) organized by The Academy for Educational Development/ Jordan Civil Society Program in conjunction with The Lebanese Center for Policy Studies in cooperation with the USAID, and has a certification in Simultaneous & Consecutive Interpretation from TAG Academy.