Stephanie Loraine is a reproductive justice advocate born in Puerto Rico, now residing in Central Florida. She is a graduate of the University of Central Florida with her Masters of Social Work and has undergraduate degrees in Sociology and Criminal Justice. She has worked in the nonprofit sector as a clinical social worker and now focuses on Public Relations for social justice organizations. She is a dedicated advocate for abortion access sharing her abortion stories unapologetically in English and Spanish with the media, conferences and her community. Her work and story has been featured in the New York Times, Newsweek, Teen Vogue among other publications. Since 2015, she’s served on the Board of the Central Florida Women’s Emergency Fund, an abortion fund dedicated to providing financial support and advocacy to Floridians seeking abortion care. In her free time she enjoys cooking and eating Puerto Rican food, binge-watching crime series and going to the beach.