Alice Cartwright, MPH
Alice Cartwright is a Project Director for the Evaluation of Abortion Restrictions Project. Prior to joining ANSIRH, Ms. Cartwright worked with the Clinton Health Access Initiative, where she led the family planning program in Tanzania, focused on increasing women’s access to long-acting and reversible contraception (LARC) through forecasting and supply chain monitoring and mapping of trained providers. Previously, she worked with Venture Strategies Innovations, supporting research and M&E in programming around misoprostol for prevention and treatment of post-partum hemorrhage, post-abortion care, and safe abortion in Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia and Ghana. Her other research interests include community-based distribution, pharmacy availability, and self-administration of family planning commodities and misoprostol. She received her BA in Sociology from Haverford College and her MPH in Health and Social Behavior from the University of California, Berkeley.