Lasha Clarke is an epidemiology PhD student at the Rollins School of Public Health. Prior to starting her doctoral degree, Lasha studied psychology at Princeton University and received her MPH in Global Epidemiology from Rollins. Her research is focused on the social determinants of reproductive health disparities. Lasha is especially interested in how psychosocial stress (e.g., stress related to discrimination) might be embodied to bring about adverse sexual & reproductive health outcomes for black women. Throughout her career in public health, Lasha has worked with state health departments across the southeast, the CDC's Division of Reproductive Health, and as a quantitative analytics consultant for projects of various size. With RISE, Lasha works directly with the EnFaith study.