Mariko Miki, J.D. is the Deputy Director at If/When/How, where she oversees the organization’s programming, personnel, finances, communications, and internal systems and processes. Joining If/When/How in 2010, Mariko designed, launched, and directed the Reproductive Justice Fellowship Program, now in its 10th year, and ran the Academic & Professional Training Programs. Mariko has served on the Advisory Board of TEACH (Training in Early Abortion for Comprehensive Healthcare) and on the Board of Directors for Exhale Pro-Voice. In law school, Mariko helped lead the Harvard Law Students for Choice chapter and served as an Executive Editor for the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review. Prior to working at If/When/How, Mariko practiced general litigation as an associate at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, LLP in San Francisco. Mariko graduated from Brown University and Harvard Law School and is licensed by the State Bar of California.