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Deirdre Quinn is a fourth-year Family Science doctoral candidate from Washington, DC. She graduated from Georgetown University with a BA in English and minors in French and Government. She earned an MLitt. in Creative Writing from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, and an MSc. in Gender & Social Policy from the London School of Economics & Political Science, where her thesis focused on the conflict in the United States between religiously-sponsored health systems and the diverse communities they serve. Most recently Deirdre has worked for an energy consulting firm as a proposal and grant writer; she has previously taught English at the high school and college level and is also a bartender! Her research interests include reproductive health and family planning program design, implementation, and evaluation; the development of population, family planning and reproductive health policy; the intersection of religion and health; and young women's decision-making during the transition to adulthood. In her free time, Deirdre loves to read, travel and update her book review blog.