Jennifer Rogers

Reproductive Health Technologies Project

Jennifer Rogers is Programs and Policy Director at the Reproductive Health Technology Project (RHTP) where
she is responsible for developing and leading key
reproductive health projects and advocacy initiatives for the organization. Prior
to joining RHTP, Jenn was the Director of Programs at the American College
of Preventive Medicine, where she developed and oversaw ACPM’s adolescent
and environmental health initiatives. She received her Masters in Public Health
with a concentration in Maternal and Child Health from Boston University
where she also served as a reproductive health advocate for the Massachusetts
Emergency Contraception Network. Jenn currently volunteers for the DC Rape
Crisis Center to help staff their 24-hour crisis hotline and serves as an
advocate for survivors of sexual assault at DC area hospitals.


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First IVF Baby Turns 30

Jennifer Rogers

As a women's health community, we must grapple with the ethical, moral, legal and financial impacts of IVF before others tell us what's best for our bodies and our children.

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