Daryl Stephens is an applied medical anthropologist specializing in sexual and reproductive health and passionate about access to affordable, accessible, and equitable health care. Daryl holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Applied Anthropology fro USA. She has experience in coordinating and working with international teams, developing institutional and community partnerships, and conducting mixed-methods research in the USA and Uganda.  Since 2014, she has worked in southwestern Uganda as a Supervisor for the Minority Health International Research Training program, exploring issues around community-based health financing, access to maternal health care, and uptake of cervical cancer screenings. Most recently, she served as a Global Health Corps Fellow on the USAID RHITES-E Activity in Uganda, supporting monitoring and evaluation for community-based sub-grantees and research on the SUPCAP family planning intervention.