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Francesca Cameron

Program Assistant, Maternal Health Initiative, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

Francesca Cameron is a Program Assistant with the Maternal Health Initiative at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, where she manages many of the program’s events and writes for New Security Beat.

Before joining the Wilson Center, she worked for the Washington Semester Program at American University. Her various internships with women’s organizations in Washington, DC, and abroad catalyzed her passions for women’s empowerment and reproductive health.

Francesca holds a BA in International Studies from American University, where she concentrated in international development. She studied abroad in Costa Rica and Kenya, focusing on the intersection between gender and development.

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