Rosalyn Schroeder, MPH, MSc

Data Manager, Beyond the Pill Program

Ms. Schroeder's research has focused on analyzing community knowledge of legal rights and attitudes toward abortion in Zambia, as well as field research in urban and rural Liberia with the goal of understanding and identifying mental and reproductive health risks related to sexual and gender-based violence in post-conflict Liberia. Prior to joining the Bixby Center, Ms. Schroeder garnered research experience working as a research assistant for the CDC’s Office of Demography and the Division for Sexual Violence Prevention, the Carter Center’s Mental Health in Liberia Initiative, and UNFPA’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Branch. Her current projects include developing and coordinating the Community College Contraception Study and data management and analysis for all Beyond the Pill initiatives.


Areas of Interest:

  • Multi-level policies governing abortion & contraception access
  • Reproductive social justice
  • Examining the impact of sexual violence on mental & reproductive health outcomes


  • London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Master's in Science in Demography and Health 
  • Emory University, Master's in Public Health in Global Epidemiology with concentrations in maternal and child health, global health in complex humanitarian emergencies, and human rights