Jamie Menzel is a Research Data Analyst with the Center on Gender Equity and Health. She leads data-related activities for the Addressing Reproductive Coercion in Health Settings (ARCHES) studies. Jamie has over 10 years of experience working in global public health with a focus on research, monitoring, and evaluation for sexual and reproductive health programs. She has led data management and analysis for research studies focused on self-managed abortion, postabortion contraception, measurement of abortion quality, and worked in partnership with GEH on ARCHES adaptations in Bangladesh while working with Ipas. Jamie holds an MPH in Global Health & Health Disparities from the Colorado School of Public health.