Emma Pliskin (she/her/hers) joined the Guttmacher Institute as a Research Assistant in 2016 and was promoted to Senior Research Assistant in 2018. She received her BA in sociocultural anthropology and global public health from New York University in 2015 and her MPH from the City University of New York Graduate School of Public Health in 2020. Her master’s thesis focused on postexposure prophylaxis awareness and access among gay and bisexual men. Her research interests include reproductive justice, sexual and reproductive health among queer communities, sexual assault and reproductive coercion, and qualitative methodologies. Prior to joining Guttmacher, Ms. Pliskin worked with the NYC High School Choice Study, the Rape Crisis Program at Bellevue Hospital and The Positive Life Workshop at the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.