Andy Blaisdell

Resource Development Intern

Andy is a Canadian-born and U.S dual citizen with a passion for reproductive health and education. After completing her Bachelor of Science in Biology at Boston College, Andy went on to pursue a Master of Public Health degree in Maternal and Child Health at GWU. She has background experience in adolescent mental health, gender-based violence, and global public health. Andy hopes to expand her knowledge of reproductive education, event planning, and fundraising as the Resource Development Intern for The Texas Campaign. When she is not in class or at work, Andy can be found thrifting for clothes, planning her wedding with her high-school sweetheart, trimming her bangs way too short, and saving recipes on tiktok and pinterest that she will most likely never attempt.

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We analyze and disseminate data on teen pregnancy and teen birth. including prevention strategies proven effective globally, nationally and here in the Lone Star State.

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A baby was born to a teen mom once every 21 minutes in Texas 2.5% of in 2018.
2.5% of Texas teens had a baby in 2018
In the last decade the Texas teen birth rate has declined by 56%

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