Leigh Senderowicz is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Global Health and Population and a mixed-methods researcher on the PPIUD project. Leigh’s research interests relate primarily to issues of reproductive health and justice, focusing on the conception and measurement of rights-based family planning outcomes. Leigh also works on barriers to contraceptive access among the urban poor, conflicted fertility desires, and harm-reduction approaches to addressing unsafe abortion in legally restrictive contexts. Leigh has worked extensively in Latin America and francophone West and Central Africa, integrating critical theory into her research. Leigh is a winner of the Packard Foundation's Quality Innovation Challenge for her research on innovative family planning measurement.