Adiba is a sophomore at UC Berkeley majoring in Public Health, with an emphasis in Epidemiology and minoring in French. Adiba’s work at the Bixby Center began in June 2015 where she created and organized a data base for the Rwanda Safe-Access to Abortion scale-up 2015 project. She collaborates with on-site focal persons and is working on data cleaning and analysis centered on the relationship between gender-based violence and abortion. Adiba’s commitment to being a research assistant at the Bixby Center is due to her devotion in working for reproductive rights and access to reproductive health services. Currently, she is focusing on analyzing abortion stigma in Rwanda, decreasing stigma among abortion providers, and integrating health services for women to be able to easily access reproductive health services. She is a founder and co-director of Students United for Reproductive Justice (SURJ), the 1st reproductive rights and justice group for undergraduates at Cal, a former member of the Cal Consent Campaign, and a former volunteer for Planned Parenthood. She is a 2016 NIH/MHIRT Scholar and will be traveling to Mysore, India in the Summer of 2016 to conduct research on HPV vaccination and cervical cancer. She is an active member of Phi Chi, a pre-health society and is a Gates Millennium Scholar. Adiba is a Bangladeshi-American from Norman, Oklahoma.