Katie Labgold is a PhD student in Epidemiology at Emory University. She is interested in all things social, spatial, and reproductive epi. More specifically, her research interests include the application of epidemiological theory and methods to explore the socio-political determinants of family planning access and reproductive health outcomes. She is also interested in exploring ways epidemiologists can incorporate historical context and reproductive justice theory into the development and dissemination of research. Labgold received her MPH from the University of Virginia in 2017. She is also an Emory University ARCs Foundation Scholar.