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Sara Collina

Women’s and Gender Studies Program

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Sara Collina is an adjunct lecturer in Georgetown University’s Women’s and Gender Studies Program. An attorney, educator, and entrepreneur, she currently runs a small consulting firm that helps advocacy organizations use science and law to meet their strategic goals. Her research focuses on how domestic public policy shapes—and is shaped by-- gender, particularly in women’s health and sexual misconduct in educational settings. She has taught graduate students at George Washington University and has taught at Georgetown University, focusing on gender issues and the law, since 2015. Her publications include Barriers and Bias: The Status of Women in Leadership (2016), From the Field: Preparing Patients to Engage in Research (2015), and Why Now? Breast Cancer Deadline 2020 (2010) on accelerating breast cancer research. Collina holds a B.A. from Cornell University and a law degree from Berkeley Law School. Collina is teaching a class supported through the Berkley Center's Doyle Seminars project during fall 2017.