Communications Research Director

American Friends Service Committee


PhD, University of Pennsylvania
BSFS, Georgetown University

Selected Work

2021 “Peace Building in Practice: Creating Shared Security at All Levels.” Co-authored with Kerri Kennedy. Behavior and Social Issues. 

2018 Emergency Obstetrical Planning in Rural Guatemala: A Case Study. In Schwartz D. (eds) Maternal Death and Pregnancy-Related Morbidity Among Indigenous Women of Mexico and Central America. Global Maternal and Child Health (Medical, Anthropological, and Public Health Perspectives). Springer.

2014 “‘Between the Wall and the Sword’: Reproductive Governance and the Technology of Emergency in Guatemalan Maternity Care.” Feminist Formations 26(3):100-21


Director of Research and Analytics, American Friends Service Committee

Courses Taught

HSOC 1330 Bioethics
ANTH 441 Cross-cultural Approaches to Health
ANTH 238 Intro to Medical Anthropology

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