Flora has over 10 years of experience supporting the mental health and wellbeing of vulnerable populations. She has primarily been involved in research that seeks to understand psychosocial wellbeing and support for displaced people in low resource settings, especially caregivers and their children. She is currently a Research Manager with Transcultural Psychosocial Organization (TPO) Uganda, and she is pursuing a doctoral degree in social work from Washington University in St. Louis. She is skilled in mixed-methods, especially participatory qualitative data collection and quantitative data analysis. Prior to academia, Flora also practiced clinical social work through the provision trauma-informed therapy such as child parent psychotherapy to parents and children under age five. She is highly skilled at understanding the psychological, social, and holistic needs of children and their caregivers.