About Membership

Members of the Society of Family Planning are united by a vision of just and equitable abortion and contraception, informed by science. If you share this vision, have a demonstrated interest in conducting or leveraging family planning research, and are in good professional standing, we hope you will join us and become a member today.

Benefits of Membership

DISCOVER Stay up to date with scientific and clinical developments in family planning through our journal Contraception and at the Society of Family Planning Annual Meeting.

CONNECT Meet others focused on family planning, make valuable connections, and establish new collaborations. Explore our online membership directory. Network with scholars from multiple disciplines, clinicians with a variety of specialties, advocates, and others at our Annual Meeting.

ENGAGE Volunteer to join the Board, serve on a Committee, review grant proposals, or evaluate Annual Meeting presentation submissions. Join us at our Annual Meeting to share your ideas about our shared future work.

GROW Receive mentorship from established leaders in our field or serve as a mentor to emerging scholars invested in family planning. Access no-cost family planning educational resources and CME credit via our Continuing Education Program. Take part in our annual career development workshop. Post job opportunities to our job board and access an ever-growing listing of available positions in the family planning field.

SAVE Subscribe to the journal Contraception at no cost. Receive significantly reduced registration fees to the Society of Family Planning Annual Meeting. Obtain discounted membership to the European Society of Contraception and Reproductive Health.

RALLY Be an agent of change by serving as a Society of Family Planning delegate to other academic organizations and meetings.

These membership dues are effective starting January 5th, 2021.

Enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program
(eg BS, MPH, MD, PhD).




with institutional support

Early Career
Graduate of an undergraduate or graduate program within the past five years, or currently in a post-graduate program
(post-doctoral, residency, or fellowship).




with institutional support

Established post-undergraduate or graduate career of five or more years, and not currently enrolled in a post-graduate program (post-doctoral, residency, or fellowship).




with institutional support

Works in a partner organization or a supporting role, and does not fall under other categories.




with institutional support

Retired from a career in family planning clinical care or research.



Existing members in their renewal period can pay their dues here. Members who would like to pre-pay their memberships may do so by emailing Membership@SocietyFP.org

Special Interest Groups

Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are member-led communities of practice focused on topics related to the science and clinical care of family planning and are an exclusive benefit of Society membership. Each SIG is shaped by its members and has unique goals and practices specific to the desires of the group. Participation in a SIG provides members with opportunities to establish and deepen relationships with colleagues in the field, build professional skills, and exchange ideas. 

  • Adolescent sexual and reproductive health 
  • Advocacy
  • Black, Indigenous, and people of color
  • Early pregnancy assessment clinics
  • Family medicine
  • Medical educators
  • Medically complex pregnancies
  • Research implementation
  • Substance use disorders
  • Telehealth practitioners

You can read more about these groups, including information on meeting times and how to join on Society Connect. If you have any questions about these groups, or member benefits, please contact us.

“My 20+ years of experience in law, advocacy, coalition, and team building and management have taught me that there is a solution to every problem, and it starts with building trust through collaboration.”

Dana Northcraft, JD

Founding Director, RHITES

Co-Chair, Telehealth practitioners SIG

Apply for Membership

Apply here to become a member. If you have any questions about your application status or the application process, please contact us

Society Connect Login

Society of Family Planning members can log in to their Society Connect account here to post jobs, search the member directory, or post on the community forums. If you have any questions regarding your Society Connect account, please contact us.

Meet a few members of the Society of Family Planning.

Bria Peacock, MD
Society of Family Planning Member since 2023
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Anna Fiastro, MPH, MEM, PhD
Society of Family Planning Member since 2020
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Cydney Murray, JD
Society of Family Planning Member since 2023
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June Ng, MD, MPH
Society of Family Planning Member since 2018
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Nicole Quinones, MPH
Society of Family Planning member since 2020
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Tatiana Chance, BA
Society of Family Planning Member since 2023
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