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New Interns!

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RHAP values the work that our interns do to contribute to our mission of making reproductive health care accessible to all. We are fortunate to have two amazing people joining our team this summer!

Marisa Peters is RHAP’s Summer 2019 Communications Intern. She is currently a senior at Union College majoring in French and Sociology with a specialization in medical sociology. Marisa is passionate about reproductive rights and has written numerous research papers about early pregnancy loss, mifepristone, and abortion access. Her interests and efforts awarded her the 2018 Public Health Klemm Fellowship, where she worked at a neonatal and family planning clinic in Madagascar. In the future, Marisa hopes to help organizations across the world increase access to and knowledge of reproductive health. 

At RHAP, Marisa looks forward to composing and contributing to RHAP’s social media posts and newsletter. She is excited to share with a broad audience the news and progress in abortion access, with an emphasis on primary care clinicians.

Maya Walsh-Little is RHAP’s Summer 2019 Development Intern. She is currently a rising junior at Oberlin College studying Spanish as well as Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies. Maya is extremely passionate about reproductive health and justice and is currently the Co-Director of Oberlin’s Sexual Information Center, where she teaches a comprehensive sex-ed class and distributes sexual health supplies. She has interned with Dr. Cooper Owens and is also on the Leadership Circle of the Oberlin Doula Collective. In the future, she is interested in working in reproductive health education and research.

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