Marlene Gerber Fried, CLPP Faculty Director

A long-time reproductive rights activist, Marlene is well known nationally and internationally as a writer, lecturer, and advocate for reproductive freedom. She was founding president of the National Network of Abortion Funds and served on the board of the Women's Global Network for Reproductive Rights for over a decade. She continues to work on abortion advocacy internationally with Women Help Women, and she is on the board of OBOS (Our Bodies, Ourselves) and the Abortion Rights Fund of Western MA. As Faculty Director, Marlene leads CLPP's academic programming, teaching and student advising, and co-directs the Five College Certificate in Reproductive Rights, Health and Justice.; her courses include "The Politics of the Abortion Debate" and "Reproductive Rights: Domestic and International Perspectives." She edited From Abortion to Reproductive Freedom: Transforming a Movement and co-authored Undivided Rights: Women of Color Organize for Reproductive Justice, and co-authored the chapter on Abortion in several editions of Our Bodies, Ourselves.  She was the Interim President of Hampshire College in 2010-2011. 

Anne Hendrixson, PopDev Director
Anne Hendrixson is a proud alumna of Hampshire College (class of ’91). She earned her MA in International Development and Social Change from Clark University. Anne was PopDev Coordinator (from 1996 – 2000), and returned to the program as Assistant Director in 2012. Before coming back to PopDev, she served as the Assistant Director for aids2031, a project commission of UNAIDS to chart a long-term, global response to HIV and also started up several new initiatives for VentureWell, an educational non-profit. Anne’s interests include taking on policy directed at young populations, promoting fresh thinking around the links between population and the environment, supporting transformative integration of reproductive health and HIV/AIDS approaches for all people, and working for contraceptive safety and access.