Natalie Morris is an Associate Specialist at the Bixby Center. She began working with Bixby in August 2015 on the USAID West Africa Family Planning and HIV Operations Research (OR). She was a Summer Bixby Fellow in Lomé, Togo, where she worked with local research partners to implement data collection for these ORs. Natalie wrote her Master’s capstone project on the relationship between abortion history and current contraceptive use among women in an urban province of Angola. She graduated with her MPH in Epidemiology/Biostatistics in 2017 and has since joined the Bixby Center research team to continue pursuing her research interests and work to increase access to reproductive health services for women and adolescents in sub-Saharan Africa.