Seth Weintraub, Program Manager
Seth initially joined the Center in 2012 and has been promoted several times, culminating in her current position as the Program Manager, U.S. Programs. In this role, she provides support and project management for key internal priorities and projects of the Senior Vice President, U.S. Programs, as well as oversees the day-to-day operations of the office of the SVP.
Previously, Seth served as the senior program associate for human rights in the U.S. Policy and Advocacy Program, during which time she supported the Center’s work to integrate international human rights strategies into domestic legal advocacy. Her projects included work on the Black Mamas Matter toolkit and alliance, which advocates for the human right to safe and respectful maternal health care for Black women in the southern U.S., the Nuestro Texas report and campaign, which documented barriers to sexual and reproductive healthcare for immigrant women and Latinas living on the border of Mexico, and the Center’s advocacy in front of UN treaty monitoring bodies. Prior to this, she provided support on litigation work as a legal assistant within the U.S. Legal Program, including the Center’s successful challenge to the FDA’s arbitrary decision to restrict access to emergency contraception.
Seth received her B.A. in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from Yale University. Her pronouns are she/her.