Carmen Green is the Vice President of Research and Strategy at the Reproductive Health Impact (RH Impact), creating solutions that optimize Black maternal and infant health through training, research, policy advocacy, and community-centered collaboration. She is a member of the 2016 cohort of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities State Policy Fellowship. Through that fellowship, based at Louisiana Budget Project in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Carmen focused on health policy, long-term care support, and predatory lending. She is the creative director of Hazel Green, LLC, building capacity for Black-owned community-based programs and family services. Carmen is a published writer, reproductive justice activist, and doula in training with degrees in sociology, maternal and child health, and community health education from Wake Forest and Tulane Universities, respectively. Carmen’s continued commitment is to honor her ancestors and future generations by serving Black families.