Brandi Collins-Calhoun (she/her) is a writer, educator, and reproductive justice organizer. Brandi attended the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University where she studied African American History and found her passion for grassroots organizing. Today she is the Senior Movement Engagement Associate for issues such as reproductive access and gendered violence with the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy in Washington, DC after serving as the Director of Reproductive and Maternal Health at the YWCA Greensboro for several years. Brandi has ties to grassroots organizations like Southerners on New Ground, SisterSong and serves on the board of directors for the Carolina Abortion Fund. Her free time is spent freelance writing for publications such as The Root and Rewire News critiquing pop culture through a reproductive justice lens. Brandi is a member of the Echoing Ida writing cohort and a Rockwood Reproductive Health, Rights and Justice fellow.
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