Aisha Mays, MD is a Family Physician who focuses on Adolescent Medicine. Dr. Mays is the Medical Director of the San Francisco Department of Public Health Community Health Programs for Youth, Adjunct Clinical Professor in the UC Berkeley/ UCSF Joint Medical Program, and clinical researcher with the UCSF Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health/ Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health. Dr. Mays' work centers on the sexual health risks associated with childhood commercial sexual exploitation (CSEC), adolescent LARC delivery within a reproductive justice framework, and optimizing family planning within the school based health setting. Dr. Mays is the Principal Investigator on a study to implement and evaluate a CSEC informed sexual health education program and Co-Investigator on the HeR Study, to assess adolescent's choices to choose or forgo contraception. Dr. Mays attended Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and the Family Medicine Residency Program in Social Medicine at Montefiore Medical Center.
Kelly Cleland is a researcher at Princeton University, with a focus on medical abortion and emergency contraception. Kelly directs the American Society for Emergency Contraception, with a mission to improve access to and information about EC to providers, advocates and the public. Prior to joining Princeton University, Kelly worked at the University of California, San Francisco and Planned Parenthood of New York City. Kelly received her MPA and MPH from Columbia University and is a Full Fellow of the Society of Family Planning.