Carl Rubenstein currently serves as the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) Division Director for Refugee Assistance (DRA) which is responsible for oversight of the State Administered and Wilson-Fish Refugee Assistance Programs. Carl has worked for the Federal Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families (ACF) for the past 23 years including 21 years with ORR and 2 years with Office of Legislative Affairs and Budget (OLAB) where he served as a legislative analyst. Prior to becoming DRA Director, he has served ORR in many capacities including most recently as the Coordinator for the Wilson–Fish Alternative Program which provides assistance and services to approximately one quarter of all new refugee arrivals to the US. Prior to his Federal employment, he worked as a Refugee Analyst for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Refugee Resettlement Program and as an Immigration Law Intern for Lutheran Children and Family Services in Philadelphia, PA. He received his BA degree in International Affairs from the George Washington University, MA degrees in Governmental Administration and International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania, and a JD degree from the Temple University School of Law including the completion of 30 credits as a visiting law student at Georgetown University School of Law and at Tel-Aviv University Law School. On a personal note, he is married and has two sons ages eight and four.