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Felicia Stewart Centers

The Association of Reproductive Health Professionals (ARHP) and Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health (ANSIRH) are proud to announce the creation of the Felicia Stewart Centers, a unique bicoastal working tribute to Dr. Felicia Stewart.

The Felicia Stewart Centers provide community meeting space at no cost for reproductive health, justice and rights work in Washington, DC at the Stewart Center East and the California Bay Area (Oakland, CA) at the Stewart Center West. The Stewart Center will host bicoastal Quarterly Conversations in which renowned experts will be invited to present recent findings to educate and inform their peers and the public.

Please contribute to the Felicia Stewart Centers today. With your donations, ARHP and ANSIRH are able to advance Dr. Stewart’s tremendous vision. ARHP and ANSIRH plan to raise $200,000; donors who give $1,000 or more will be honored by having their names featured in an artistic rendering to be designed exclusively for display in the Stewart Centers East & West. Endowing the Stewart Center as a unique, bicoastal space dedicated to education, community, and reproductive health values ensures that Dr. Stewart’s respected legacy lives on for generations. Your generosity will make this working tribute to Felicia Stewart become a reality.

Felicia Stewart, MD, 

worked tirelessly to advance reproductive health over her three decades in the field. As a champion for evidence-based science, she was dedicated to ensuring that reproductive health research, policy, and communications were continuously interactive. In addition to being a brilliant academic scholar, Dr. Stewart served on the board of directors of ARHP and was a co-founder and director of ANSIRH. She is remembered by her friends and colleagues as a fearless leader and advocate for compassionate, evidence-based reproductive health care.