B.A., Tufts University
Anna Chatillon is a doctoral candidate in sociology studying reproduction, race and racism, gender and sexuality, and social movements. Her research traces the connections among reproductive healthcare policy, advocacy, and provision and intersecting structures of marginalization. Her dissertation examines the creation of public policy at the state level, with particular attention to contraception. She previously served as the Director of Policy and Advocacy for the Texas Women's Healthcare Coalition and is a current Society of Family Planning Emerging Scholar.
Reproduction, race and racism, gender and sexuality, social movements