Ashleigh Cotter is a senior from New Jersey studying Neuroscience & Behavior. She is interested in health equity and medical anthropology. Cotter received a Kellogg/Kroc Undergraduate Research Grant to complete her international development studies capstone project this past summer in Monterrey, Mexico. She interviewed migrant women, healthcare professionals, and social workers about the current maternal healthcare needs and experiences of migrant women. Cotter plans to present her findings at academic conferences and work with stakeholders in Monterrey to address the most pressing needs of migrant women.

Neuroscience and Behavior
International Development Studies