Sarah Audelo

Sarah Audelo is the Senior Manager of Domestic Policy at Advocates for Youth. She works sexual and reproductive health policy for young people including: comprehensive sex education, GLBTQ rights, HIV prevention, contraceptive access, and abortion rights. Previously she was the Manager of the Youth Activist Network. Before joining Advocates, Sarah was a high school special education teacher in La Joya, Texas as part of the Teach for America program. In Texas, she was also a board member for the Valley AIDS Council, an HIV/AIDS service organization. While Sarah attended Georgetown University, she was a member of Advocates’ International Youth Leadership Council, working on international reproductive health and HIV and AIDS issues. She was also a member of MEChA (Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@s de Aztlan) and an Este Aztlan representative for the National MEChA Coordinating Committee. Sarah is originally from Bakersfield, California.


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Commentary Contraception

The Panel Congress Really Needs to Hear From

There are many more perspectives Congress needs to hear from on the important topic of contraceptive access…especially when it comes to contraceptive access for women who use birth control to prevent unintended pregnancy. Here is a quick list of folks I’d love to see testifying, as well as a little background to show why their voices are so important.

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