Brianna Keefe-Oates, MPH
Brianna Keefe-Oates joined Ibis in August 2015 and manages qualitative and quantitative projects in the US and Latin America. Currently, she contributes to projects focused on the reduction of abortion-related stigma in Latin America, the use of medication abortion in Latin America, and the evaluation of abortion laws and policies in the US. Brianna’s professional work has centered primarily around reproductive health and access to care in both the US and Latin America. Prior to joining Ibis, she managed health education and research projects for institutions such as Emory University, the Mexican Consulate in Atlanta, HolaDoctor, Inc. and the Hispanic Health Coalition of Georgia. In addition to her work domestically, Brianna has conducted research on adolescent pregnancy in Paraguay and spent three years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Dominican Republic, where she worked on youth development and health promotion projects. Brianna holds a Master of Public Health from Emory University and a Bachelor of Arts in Latin American Studies from Macalester College.