Join a Zoom discussion with Shaina Goodman (AB ’08, LW ’12, MSW ’12), director of policy for reproductive health and rights at the National Partnership for Women & Families. Shaina will discuss her civic engagement path and perspective on the implications of COVID on women and families.
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Shaina Goodman is the director of policy for reproductive health and rights at the National Partnership for Women & Families. She manages policy and legal work on reproductive health, rights and justice issues, including federal and state policy on abortion coverage and access, contraception, and other sexual and reproductive health issues. She also provides strategic, policy and technical assistance to policymakers, researchers and advocates, and collaborates across National Partnership programs to holistically address the barriers that women face and advance proactive and comprehensive policy solutions.
Shaina’s prior experience has focused on issues of gender-based violence, including the intersection of domestic violence and family policy, economic justice, housing, and public benefits. She has also deeply engaged in work related to social justice and movement building, and is a trained dialogue facilitator.
Shaina received her J.D., master’s in social work, and bachelor’s degree in women & gender studies from Washington University in St. Louis. While at WashU, she was involved in Residential Life, Dance Marathon, and Washington University Dance Theater. She now lives in Washington D.C., where her favorite things to do include baking, anything at the Kennedy Center, and watching her young son discover the world.