Beth Phillips is a Project Director with the Innovations for Choice and Autonomy (ICAN) Program, a joint collaborative between the Family and Community Medicine Department and Institute for Health and Aging at UCSF and partners in Africa. She currently runs three contraceptive care implementation research projects in Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Nigeria and Uganda that aim to innovate contraceptive counseling and follow-up care to support women's decision making. Over the past 15 years, Beth has led implementation of numerous multi-site, global reproductive health research and intervention programs. She has extensive field-based experience in implementation science across several geographies, most recently including Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Nigeria, South Sudan, Uganda, Namibia, South Africa, San Francisco Bay Area, American Samoa, and the Navajo Nation. She also served twice with the US Peace Corps (Namibia and Uganda), earned a Masters in Global Family and Child Health from University of Arizona, and completed a Fulbright Fellowship on obstetric fistula treatment in Nigeria.