Isabel (Bella) Morgan is the Director of the Birth Equity Research Scholars Program for the Reproductive Health Impact (RH Impact). Prior to joining RH Impact, Ms. Morgan engaged in reproductive health research as a Reproductive Epidemiology Fellow at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Isabel is currently completing a PhD in Maternal and Child Health and Epidemiology at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, where she is studying the effects of structural racism on maternal health outcomes among Black women. Outside of her work in public health, Ms. Morgan is co-producing a documentary on the legacy of Apartheid in South Africa. Bella is a free spirit who enjoys traveling to the Caribbean and Africa, dancing to Soca and House music, and being a loving auntie to her precious niece and nephew.