Elizabeth Anderson is originally from Buffalo, NY, and she received a BA in mathematics and sociology from Wake Forest University in 2018. Elizabeth has always been passionate about women’s health disparities and how societal beliefs and institutions shape women’s access to reproductive healthcare. Her undergraduate thesis focused on how socioeconomic status, race, and gender shape disparities in the rate of sexually transmitted infections. She is currently interested in studying how religious-based institutions, such as crisis pregnancy centers and religious hospitals, shape women’s health options and outcomes as well as how women navigate within these institutions. In her free time, she loves to watch baking shows, go to yoga, and explore Bloomington!