Carolyn Sufrin, ARRWIP Director, is an Ob/Gyn and medical anthropologist. She has worked extensively on reproductive health issues affecting incarcerated women, from providing clinical care in jail, to research, policy, and advocacy. Her work is situated at the intersection of reproductive justice, health care, and mass incarceration, which she examines in her book, Jailcare: Finding the Safety Net for Women Behind Bars.



Sr. Research Program Coordinator

Camille Kramer is a public health professional and the Senior Research Program Coordinator for ARRWIP. Her role is to coordinate and assist with all aspects of study implementation and design for the grant-funded projects. Prior to joining ARRWIP, Camille worked at a child advocacy center in Atlanta, GA where her work focused on the commercial sexual exploitation of children.



Research Coordinator

Ashley-Devon Williamston is a burgeoning cultural anthropologist who serves as the ARRWIP Research Coordinator for the state of Ohio. A recent graduate of the University of Cincinnati's Sociocultural Anthropology M.A. program, Ashley-Devon has designed and participated in a number of projects related to identity and self-perception among marginalized/stigmatized demographics. 


Research Associate

Zoe is an undergraduate student at Duke University pursuing a self-designed major called Implementing Healthcare Innovation. She is a Research Associate with ARRWIP and has interests in implementation science and reproductive justice. At Duke, Zoe is a part of the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program Class of 2021.

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Research Associate 

Eliza is a post-baccalaureate pre-medical student at Johns Hopkins and a research associate with ARRWIP. Eliza graduated from Skidmore College in 2017 with BAs in neuroscience and English literature and subsequently worked as a research assistant at the Kirby Neurobiology Center at Boston Children's Hospital. She is pursuing medicine with an emphasis on gynecology and reproductive justice.

Trisha Parayil 

Research Associate 

Trisha Parayil is an undergraduate student at Johns Hopkins majoring in Public Health and Neuroscience. While working as a Research Associate for ARRWIP is a significant departure from her previous research exploring the neurodevelopment of the retina, her first foray into the field of reproductive health has been just as eye-opening. She plans to pursue medicine with an emphasis on helping underserved populations.