Tina Oza (Outreach Coordinator) is an aspiring midwife dedicated to a world where all people have the right to a healthy sexual and reproductive life. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Feminist Theory at Hampshire College. Tina was a Community Outreach Coordinator for MAP for Health, an advocate for LGBQ/T and Asian survivors of partner abuse at The Network/La Red and the Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence. She has presented at numerous events including the Civil Liberties Public Policy Program Conference, DESIQ, and the Asian American Women Leadership Speaker’s Series. She is a trained labor support Doula and volunteers with the Connecting Young Mothers program at Beverly Hospital. Tina has studied classical Indian dance since childhood.