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Melanie Zurek and Courtney B. Jackson

Abortion Access Project

Melanie
Zurek has spent more than a decade working on issues of reproductive health and
serves as the Executive Director of the Abortion
Access Project
, a national resource for innovative approaches to improving
access.  An educator and writer by training, Melanie’s career began
teaching autobiographical writing workshops in New York City battered and
homeless women’s shelters and has included work with government agencies,
Native American tribes, and adjudicated minors. She has consulted on numerous
health communications, curriculum development and professional training
projects and served on the Board of Directors of the Eastern Massachusetts
Abortion Fund. She received her B.A. from the New
School for Social Research in New York and her Masters in Education from Harvard University.

Courtney
B. Jackson, Director of Research and Evaluation at the Abortion Access Project, is a
sociologist with expertise in reproductive health, health professions, and
evaluation research. Between 2006 and 2008 she was awarded the Charlotte
Ellertson Postdoctoral Fellowship in Abortion and Reproductive Health
at
Ibis Reproductive Health in Cambridge,
MA where she conducted research
on abortion training in ob/gyn residency programs and the provision of abortion
care by APCs.  Courtney also serves as Visiting Adjunct Faculty in the
Women’s Health Program at Suffolk
University. She received
her PhD in sociology and a graduate certificate in women’s studies from Rutgers University
and a Bachelor’s degree from Colorado
College.


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