oh, bloody hell:
menstrual and reproductive health during times of crisis
By emily guise
Emily Guise is a Junior at Millersville University majoring in environmental hazards and emergency management with a minor in government. Emergency management is a passion of
hers, and she decided to pursue this research project because of how often menstruation and reproductive health is left out in emergency planning, response, and recovery. She hopes to
further her education in emergency management post-undergrad and widen the world’s perspective on the importance of human rights and inclusivity in the field.
Want to learn more about this presentation? Contact Emily at this email address to start a conversation.