Celeste Davis is a social justice advocate and a native of Ann Arbor, MI. Before returning to focus on policy reform in Michigan, Celeste served as a Senior Policy Fellow at the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation of Harvard Law School. There, she conducted health policy research, analysis, and advocacy related to access to health care and chronic diseases for marginalized communities in the United States and abroad. Celeste was first introduced to women’s health rights while attending Bennett College for Women. Subsequently, she received her Master of Public Health from the University of Michigan and attended law school at Boston University. In addition to her advocacy interests, Celeste also mentors young professionals interested in putting their passions to practice.