Menstrual Equity Around the World: Highlights from the USA, Bolivia & Kenya

A Menstrual Equity Week Event
5:15 pm
6:15 pm
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Broadway Room, Lerner Hall
Marni Sommer, DrPH; Jennifer Weiss-Wolf, JD; Teresa Calderon; Neville Okwaro
GATE at Columbia Mailman School of Public Health, Birnbaum Women's Leadership Network at NYU Law, NUR University (Bolivia), and USAID (Kenya)
Special Event
Department of Sociomedical Sciences
Hosted by the GATE Program at Mailman School of Public Health; co-hosted by student organizations: Sexual & Reproductive Health Action Group (SHAG) (Mailman), Womxn 4 Womxn (Mailman), Queer Health Tas
Open to the Columbia Community
Help us kick off the GATE Program's inaugural Menstrual Equity Week! Join us on Monday, October 10th for an evening event about menstrual equity around the world, featuring speakers from the USA, Bolivia and Kenya.

Menstrual Equity Week is a cross-campus education, advocacy, and action event from October 10-14th, 2022. Three events throughout the week will focus on key menstrual health issues and recent policy developments, along with opportunities for action. Speakers will join us from Columbia University, local and global organizations. Students, staff and faculty are all welcome.

Marni Sommer, Professor & GATE Program Director, Columbia Mailman School of Public Health

Jennifer Weiss-Wolf, Executive Director, Birnbaum Women's Leadership Network, NYU Law

Teresa Calderon, Sanitation Consultant, NUR University, Bolivia

Neville Okwaro, MHM & GEYSI Lead, USAID, Kenya


Susana Martinez, Program Coordinator, GATE Program