Aparna Krishnaswamy and Elizabeth Arndorfer

Reproductive Health Technologies Project

Aparna Krishnaswamy is responsible for managing and supporting several of
RHTP’s reproductive health program areas including contraceptive
technologies and environmental effects on
reproductive health.

Before joining RHTP, Aparna worked as a Field Organizer on the Barack Obama
presidential campaign in North Dakota and Wisconsin. In this role her work
included trainings on Obama’s Pro-Choice platform and how to talk about
reproductive justice with conservative and religious voters. Aparna got her
start in reproductive health policy as a research intern in Senator Ted
Kennedy’s health office of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions
Committee, after which she worked as a Legislative Correspondent in the Office
of Senator Barbara Mikulski (D-MD), covering Health and Reproductive Rights. A
graduate of Duke University, Aparna spent her college years working on various
women’s rights issues, such as co-founding a student-run publication designed to
address sexual assault and assisting legal aid attorneys who represented
survivors of Domestic Violence.

Elizabeth Arndorfer is a consultant with a long history in the women’s health movement. She works with the Reproductive Health Technologies Project on several projects including their effort to link reproductive health and the environment.

to becoming a consultant, Ms. Arndorfer was the director of NARAL
Pro-choice America’s Proactive Policy Institute which promoted policies
to protect and expand access to the full range of reproductive health
services and provided strategic advice and model legislation to
policymakers and advocates in almost every state. Prior to joining
NARAL, Ms. Arndorfer was the Director of Government Relations for the
National Abortion Federation and a litigation associate at Dickstein,
Shapiro and Morin, LLP. She earned her law degree from Boalt Hall
School of Law in 1993 and resides in Palo Alto with her husband and
three (fabulous) children.

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