Nazli Senyuva is a PhD candidate in health communication with a focus on maternal and child health. Her specific interest is in advancing women's communication networks to improve neonatal and maternal health outcomes attached to various modes of childbirth, particularly elective C-sections and home births. Her previous research includes the use of emergency contraceptive pills among adolescents, factors affecting women's mammography screening rates, and women's health networks and health behavior. She is a graduate of Princeton University with degrees in economics and global health and health policy, and she holds a health and science journalism master's from Columbia School of Journalism. Nazli is also the founder of The Millennial Bump, an educational platform for women's health.