Hana Raskin is RHAP’s spring 2018 Network Research Intern. She is studying at NYU’s Center for Global Affairs, where she is part of the Gender Working Group, a group which aims to mainstream gender into conversations on global affairs. She has written research papers on why abortion is a security issue, and on reproductive rights in El Salvador. She plans to write her thesis on reproductive rights in El Salvador and Honduras. She first became interested in reproductive rights after attending the March for Women’s Lives with her family at age 14, and is extremely inspired by the fact that Sarah Weddington successfully argued Roe v. Wade at the young age of 26!
In her spare time, Hana enjoys traveling, reading, and playing and watching soccer.
Nora Eigenbrodt is RHAP’s newest Communications and Programs Intern. She is a senior at Vassar College majoring in political science with a minor in women’s studies. Nora is passionate about legislative advocacy for reproductive rights and has previously interned with congressional offices, including the office of her own representative from California, Congressman Adam Schiff. In the future, she hopes to help organizations dedicated to reproductive rights strategize legislatively to pass progressive laws that increase access to reproductive health care for all people.
At RHAP, she is excited to write and curate posts for social media and RHAP’s newsletter. She is also looking forward to helping out with the Reproductive Health Access Network and learning more about clinician-driven advocacy.