Dr. Caroline Kabiru leads the Population Dynamics and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Unit at the African Population and Health Research Center—a Pan-African research institution and think tank that generates evidence to drive policy action to improve the health and wellbeing of African people. Caroline, who has a PhD in Health Promotion and Behavior from the University of Georgia, has over 15 years of experience conducting research in sub-Saharan Africa. Much of her research focuses on young people’s health and well-being in low-resource and marginalized urban settings and covers topics ranging from sexual and reproductive health to mental health. Caroline has co-authored nearly 100 publications, including close to 80 peer-reviewed manuscripts. She has served on a number of advisory groups, including the local Technical Advisory Group for the Full Access, Full Choice project, led by the Carolina Population Center in collaboration with the African Institute of Development Policy. She was also part of the Trial Steering Committee for the Cups or Cash Trial Kenya, a randomised controlled trial to assess whether menstrual cups and unconditional cash transfers reduce sexual and reproductive harm and school drop-out in adolescent schoolgirls in western Kenya. She also participated in the technical consultation for the development of the Programme reporting standards for sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health published by the World Health Organization.