Meet the Guests

Aisha Wagner, MD

Aisha Wagner is a Bay Area Family Physician and Fellow with Physicians for Reproductive Health who focuses her work on reproductive rights as they relate to reproductive justice, including access to contraception and abortion in underserved and underrepresented communities. She is committed to supporting providers already in practice in their improvement of access to high quality healthcare for women, and to training medical students and residents in women’s health and reproductive rights. She also fights to incorporate comprehensive contraception and abortion care legislation into law in an effort to normalize reproductive health and ensure that it is seamlessly integrated into primary care.

Moira Rashid, MD

Dr. Moira Rashid received a degree in International Studies from the University of California, San Diego. She completed medical school at Tufts University where she worked extensively with Physicians for Human Rights and the Tufts student run free clinic. Dr. Rashid completed her residency training in Family Medicine at San Francisco General Hospital. She recently completed a Reproductive Health and Advocacy Fellowship with the Reproductive Health Access Project in New York City. Dr. Rashid has worked extensively with underserved communities. She is committed to integrating comprehensive reproductive health into primary care settings and advocating for reproductive justice.
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