Stefanie Boltz, MPP

Senior Project Manager, Innovating Education in Reproductive Health 

Ms. Boltz oversees development and dissemination of digital tools and video curriculum, and curates family planning and reproductive health curricula and resources. Prior to UCSF, Ms. Boltz spent 8 years at The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, where she developed and directed national youth and college programs, managed media, video, and digital projects, and provided technical assistance to federal, state and local agencies. In her role, she also helped launch Bedsider, an online birth control support network, and created and launched the Bedsider Campus Ambassador program. Her research interests include the role of mHeath in teaching and training, reproductive health science & technology studies, and access to family planning fragile states and conflict areas.

Education:

  • University of Calfornia, Irvine, Bachelor's
  • George Mason University, Master's in Public Policy