Nicole Levitz

Research Scientist

Nicole provides support for CLAFH’s research projects by assisting with data analysis, dissemination of results, and study coordination. She has worked in reproductive health and rights for the past five years including time at the Center for Reproductive Rights, National Advocates for Pregnant Women and the Averting Maternal Death and Disability Program at the Mailman School of Public Health. Her master’s work focused on advancing health among vulnerable populations particularly American Indians and Alaska Natives. She received her master’s in public health from Columbia University in reproductive and family health and her bachelor of arts from Boston University.

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