President Biden and Vice President Harris have a rare opportunity to unite the newly Democratic House and Senate to expand health care access, including revisiting the ACA and Medicaid. Here’s what that might mean for people affected by infertility in the U.S.— the “would-be” mothers.
Madison Chapman is a graduate student pursuing her Master of Arts at The Fletcher School. She researches gender and forced migration, with a focus on how cash-based humanitarian aid can help protect refugee women. Her work in Latin America with The Journeys Project has highlighted the role of gender and identity in transnational migration. She has worked both in the non-profit world and in the U.S. Department of Justice, where she was a paralegal on a major health insurance merger case. She is also a proud young adult cancer survivor. She received her undergraduate degree, Phi Beta Kappa, from the University of California, Berkeley.