Nikita Malcolm, Research Manager at the Coalition to Expand Contraceptive Access (CECA), is a skilled researcher with a passion for leveraging public health approaches to promote health equity. Nikita has partnered with government agencies, health systems, and community-based organizations to conduct research on a range of sexual and reproductive health topics, including HIV prevention services for women in family planning settings, sexual harassment among minority Veterans, and barriers and facilitators to care for transgender women and their healthcare providers. Nikita is a graduate of the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University, where she received her Master’s in Public Health.

Authored by Nikita Malcolm

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A Research Roadmap to Advance Contraceptive Access Policy

The Coalition to Expand Contraceptive Access led a collaborative process to create a Priority Roadmap for Policy-Ready Contraceptive Research that positions health services researchers to carry out impactful projects that advance sexual and reproductive health equity.