Paige Kendall, MD, University of Colorado, Denver

Dr. Paige Kendall is a first-year Complex Family Planning fellow at the University of Colorado. She attended medical school at the University of California, Davis and then completed a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Northwestern University. Her educational experiences have afforded her a diversity of research experiences, culminating in a focus in family planning. ...Read more >

Abby Schultz, MD, University of North Carolina School of Medicine

Abby Schultz, MD received her BA in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Fine Arts at Cornell College. After graduating, she taught middle school in Memphis, Tennessee. Teaching in a county with high teenage pregnancy rates and limited sexual health education inspired her to pursue a career in medicine and reproductive justice. She received her MD ...Read more >

Julia Tasset, MD, MPH, Oregon Health and Science University

Medication abortion (MAB) is common, safe, effective, and well tolerated. However, the current socio-legal climate has put significant barriers between pregnant people people and abortion. As such, clinicians and advocates are developing alternative models of medication delivery. One such option is to provide advanced provision (AP) prescription of MAB for patient use in case of ...Read more >

Jayme Trevino, MD, MPH, Washington University

Dr. Jayme Trevino is a current first-year Complex Family Planning Fellow at Washington University in St. Louis, MO. She is originally from San Antonio, TX, where she completed her Doctor of Medicine and Master of Public Health degrees. Dr. Trevino is interested in researching how public policy affects reproductive health equity, especially in regions with ...Read more >

Natalie Buch Pancorbo, BS, Luz de Atabey Midwifery Project

Luz de Atabey Midwifery Project (LAMP) provides reproductive care and support that is culturally rooted, trauma-informed and generationally healing for Black people, Indigenous people and people of color, especially immigrants, refugees and queer and trans families. LAMP provides accessible preconception, prenatal, postpartum and full spectrum reproductive health support in Central Texas. Our services include clinical ...Read more >

Kwajelyn Jackson, MS, Feminist Women's Health Center

FWHC seeks to use an intersectional reproductive justice approach rooted in Black Feminisims to transform clinical service provision and patient experience. We intend to expand our gender-affirming services, grow our wellness care, and better support pregnancy, birth, and parenting — in addition to providing compassionate abortion care. Our direct services must specifically center the experiences ...Read more >

Stephanie Pineiro, MSW, Florida Access Network

Florida Access Network (FAN) is a nonprofit organization and abortion fund that advocates for reproductive justice and provides practical support for abortion care. We are building a network of organizations, collectives and people who share our vision of a world where people happily have the sexual and reproductive lives they choose free from violence, oppression, ...Read more >

Tenisha Davis, , Haymarket Pole Collective

Since its inception, Haymarket Pole Collective (HMPC) has held the needs and autonomy of sex workers of color at the forefront of our cause. We were founded by Black, brown, Indigenous, and LGBTQIA2S+ sex workers, and that is the community we continue to support in finance, justice movements, and love. Sex workers of color face ...Read more >

Tatiana Chance, , The Pasque Project

The Pasque Project is a three-part, community-based knowledge-generating project coordinated by three, small CBOs in South Dakota: Help for Huhas; HAPPY; and SD Faith in Public Life. It is fiscally sponsored by Innovations in Reproductive Health Access. Our leaders will spend the next two years generating knowledge of the needs and preferences of SD populations ...Read more >

Virginia Lucy, JD, National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF)

The National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF) builds the collective power of all AAPI women and girls to gain full agency over our lives, our families, and our communities. NAPAWF’s goal is to build the political, institutional, and cultural power of AAPI women and girls so that decision-makers hear our voices, address our concerns, ...Read more >

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