Nicole Johns is a Research Data Analyst within the Center on Gender Equity and Health. She leads data-related activities for a range of studies across the Center, including the CHARM2 and IMPACT au Niger interventions. She brings a background in global and domestic quantitative health research related to maternal and sexual and reproductive health. She holds an MPH in Global Health Metrics & Evaluation from the University of Washington and a BA in Sociology from Dartmouth College. Ms. Johns believes strongly in creating and conveying rigorous evidence for policy and practice, and is particularly passionate about finding ways in which research may be informed by and leveraged to achieve reproductive justice.