Communications Officer, Sexual and Reproductive Health, PATH
Beth is a Communications Officer on PATH’s Sexual and Reproductive Health team with nearly two decades of experience in public health communications and design thinking. Her specialties include developing communication and training materials from concept to completion, creating content that connects with diverse audiences. Beth holds a MS in Human Centered Design and Engineering from the University of Washington.
This collection includes a mix of resources categorized into several topics, including: conceptual framework, normative guidance, policy advocacy, etc. Each entry comes with a short summary and statement on why it is essential. We hope ...
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