Elizabeth is a research scientist who leads research projects promoting contraceptive choice, gender equality and gender-based violence prevention. Her work focuses on women’s sexual health, sexual violence, contraceptive use and choice, social/gender norms, infectious disease epidemiology, and monitoring and evaluation (M&E). She leads both quantitative and qualitative studies.
Prior to joining ICRW, Elizabeth worked with the University of Arizona Sexual Assault Prevention Programs, where she analyzed national data on campus sexual assault and studied web-based prevention of intimate partner violence. She also worked with an interdisciplinary infectious disease research group, where she focused on maternal and child infection outcomes, primarily related to Zika.