Margaret Rice was a summer intern at the O’Neill Institute.

After graduating, Rice served as a community health promoter in the Peace Corps in Guyana, South America.

At the American University Washington College of Law, she is involved with the Journal of Gender, Social Policy, and the Law, as well as is an active member of the Health Law and Policy Organization, the Equal Justice Foundation, If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice, and is the incoming president of the Women’s Law Association.

Currently, Rice is a law student at the American University Washington College of Law. She also holds a master’s in public health at Yale University, with a focus in global health and women’s health and rights. She previously attended Kalamazoo College, where she studied biology and English.

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