Sarah Nichols is new to writing outside of academia- still in the early stages of wandering around with a fistful of wildflowers and a half eaten box of chocolates trying to find and woo her muse. With gratitude to the teachers who praised her truly unfortunate rhymes in middle school, Sarah writes poetry and creative non-fiction. She won the Jeanne McFarland prize as an undergraduate at Smith College, where she studied Gender Studies and History. While working in the field of reproductive health, Sarah co-authored “Breaking the Barriers to Emergency Contraception Access in the USA: The Time Has Come” (Published in Expert Review of Obstetrics and Gynecology) and “Adolescent Comprehension of Emergency Contraception in New York City” (Published in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology). Since graduating from Smith in 2010, Sarah has had the pleasure of working as a counselor at Tapestry Health- a Queer/LGBT friendly health clinic.Orlando Fellow.