Young leaders of the women’s health movement are coming to campus to lead a conversation on humanities careers in reproductive health and social justice. The Mather Center for Women and the Baker-Nord Center have partnered to invite three local leaders for this special Humanities@Work panel. Dinner will be provided. Please RSVP here.
Humanities@Work: Reproductive Health
Tuesday, Septemeber 27, at 6:00 pm
Alana Garrett-Ferguson (she/her) is a justice curator and political consultant whose work has focused on reproductive justice, youth empowerment, and community outreach. With a bachelor’s degree in Urban Studies (CSU ’20), Alana currently works as a Policy Associate at the Center for Community Solutions. Her prior experiences include leadership roles at the Ohio Women’s Alliance, New Voices for Reproductive Justice, and Youth Opportunities Unlimited.
Shaina Munoz (she/her) is a strategic advisor and political consultant who focuses on anti-racism and women’s reproductive rights. She is an alumna of Mount Holyoke’s Gender Studies and African American Studies programs. In addition to consulting for several women’s nonprofit organizations, Shaina has served as a board member at Preterm Ohio and Birthing Beautiful Communities.
Hannah Servedio (she/they) is an activist for reproductive rights and sexual violence prevention. A young alumna of Kent State University’s Communication Studies program, Hannah is a Senior Organizer at Pro-Choice Ohio, the state’s leading advocacy organization for reproductive healthcare. She is also a lead coordinator of Cleveland’s escort program and a board member at the Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence (OAESV).
The conversation will be moderated by Dr. Angela Clark Taylor (she/her), who brings prior experience as both an activist and scholar of women’s rights. Angela is the Executive Director of CWRU’s Flora Stone Mather Center for Women and a faculty member at MSASS.