Jen Moore Conrow, MFS, began her career in the reproductive health and rights movement in public policy at NARAL: Pro-Choice America, but quickly found her calling in the world of clinical abortion care. For nearly a decade at Cherry Hill Women’s Center, Jen was part of a team that defined quality later abortion care, while also working actively in the local and national community to destigmatize abortion and to increase access to care. During this time, she was a founding board member of the Abortion Care Network, an organization created to support and empower independent abortion providers and build community with activists, organizations, and researchers committed to reproductive justice. As the Director of PEACE at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, she oversaw the Fellowship in Family Planning and the residency education program, training the next generation of abortion providers, while growing and expanding clinical operations to two additional hospital sites. Jen is an expert consultant for health care systems and independent abortion clinics building sustainable abortion care and family planning programs. Jen also works with progressive organizations to develop strategic plans, sustainable operations, and organizational growth and provides best practice workshops for direct care providers.
Netroots Nation participation
- Netroots Nation 2019