Staige Davis is a current MPH candidate in Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH). Staige found her love of data analysis while researching parasitism in bumblebees as an undergraduate at the University of Virginia. She has since switched her focus to human health and social epidemiology. As a 2018 MCH Research Fellow, she is thrilled to have the opportunity to combine the power of number crunching with her passion for sexual and reproductive health. For the website, Staige focuses on interpretation and dissemination of data reports, website design, and mapping with ArcGIS. She has worked as an advocate for sexual violence prevention and survivor support since 2010 and is the current president of STOP (Sexual Trauma Outreach and Prevention) at BUSPH. Prior to pursuing her master’s degree, Staige was an AmeriCorps service member focusing on college access for first-generation and low income high schoolers in Charlottesville, Virginia.