Esther Priscilla Ebuehi draws on ancestral knowledge and decolonized perspectives as she works to advance sexual and reproductive health, rights, and justice (SRHRJ). As an Analyst with Cherished Futures for Black Moms & Babies, Esther Priscilla conducts analyses of clinical standards, perinatal policies, and hospital evaluative systems. She also coordinates research on the impact of a birth equity designation for hospitals and clinics. Prior to this, Esther Priscilla served as the Perinatal Clinic Coordinator at a community health center with a midwife-based perinatal practice. Esther Priscilla earned her B.S. in Human Development from UC Davis and her M.S. in Health and the Public Interest from Georgetown University. She loves mangoes and enjoys serving her community as a certified doula and yoga instructor.