Imani joined the NARAL-Pro Choice Maryland intern team in Fall 2020 as a Jonathan Shurberg Legal & Policy Research Fellow. As a Baltimore native who is currently a Master of Public Health candidate at Morgan State University’s School of Community Health and Policy, she holds a Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology from Syracuse University. Ms. Jackson is a community oriented public health advocate with a passion for reproductive justice for all people. She is particularly interested in reproductive rights for LGBTQIA, BIPOC, immigrants, incarcerated, detained, marginalized and vulnerable communities. Additionally, she has a fervid research interest in healthcare delivery and universal healthcare systems both locally and internationally. Ms. Jackson has studied comparative health policy in several countries like Morocco, Spain, The Netherlands, Cuba, Switzerland, and Honduras. While using an equity, trauma-informed, intersectional framework she will help fight and end maternal and child mortality, especially in communities of color. Ms. Jackson is currently training to become a doula and certified breast/chestfeeding specialist. During her time at NARAL, she will be working on Reproductive Justice Inside (RJI) initiative which is focused on eliminating barriers for incarcerated and detained individuals.