Adiba Khan

School: 

University of California Berkeley

Hometown: 

Norman, Oklahoma

Academic Concentration: 

Public Health

Bio: 

Adiba is a Bangladeshi-American from Norman, Oklahoma. She is a third year student studying Public Health and Legal Studies. She is a Founder and the Director of UC Berkeley's first undergraduate pro-choice student organization, Students United for Reproductive Justice at Berkeley (SURJ). With SURJ, Adiba has been the leader and driving force of the movement to implement medication abortion services at college student health centers across California and is currently advocating for passage of CA Senate Bill 320. At Cal, Adiba conducts research on abortion stigma among healthcare providers and the impacts of the Rwandan Penal Code of 2012 on access to abortion. In addition, Adiba is a Caseworker with the Associated Students of the University of California's (ASUC) Student Advocate's Office and assists students experiencing harassment, discrimination, and other grievances hindering their access to education. Adiba is passionate about all individuals having reproductive rights and intends to become a lawyer. She currently serves as a Commissioner for the Status of Women Commission for the City of Berkeley. Adiba is a Gates-Millennium Scholar.
Internship final reports: 
2017Ibis Reproductive Health
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