Amanda Dennis is an Associate at Ibis Reproductive Health. She received her Doctorate in Public Health from Boston University. Dr. Dennis also holds a Master’s degree in Bioethics from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Arts from Hampshire College. Prior to joining Ibis, she worked as a counselor at an ambulatory surgery center specializing in second-trimester abortion care and as a counselor at a domestic violence shelter. Currently, she directs Ibis’s research on the Hyde Amendment, as well as several projects focused on health care reform in the US. Other research interests include reproductive health for women with disabilities and health care disparities.