Nina Baker, MPH, Education, and Outreach Coordinator
After receiving her bachelor's degree in anthropology from Bucknell University, Nina pursued her post-baccalaureate pre-health coursework at NYU. This combination led Nina to her passion for global health, health education and health promotion. As a result, she received her Masters in Public Health at NYU with a concentration in Community and International Health. Previously, she has worked in clinical research for Lymphoma at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in addition to global health efforts in Nicaragua, South Africa, and Israel.
Kimberly Tronolone, MS, Program Coordinator
After completing her bachelor's degree in neuroscience and women's studies from Hampshire College Kimberly worked with a small start-up website which served to educate individuals about sexual health and promoted body positivity. She has taught various sexual education workshops to teens and young adults and has worked as both a volunteer and a direct-outreach fundraiser for Planned Parenthood. She received her Masters in Nonprofit Management along with a Masters Certificate in Gender and Sexuality Studies from The New School.
Alexandra Stovicek, Project Associate
Alexandra is an aspiring nurse-midwife and Wesleyan University graduate with a bachelor's degree in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. For two years she served as leader of the Wesleyan Doula Project, organizing a cohort of 30 doulas to provide emotional, physical, and informational support for birth, pregnancy loss, and termination. She founded Wesleyan’s Peer Reproductive Support Network for confidential listening and support on campus. Previously, she worked with health departments in rural Kentucky to increase prenatal care usage and record oral histories about community health.