Beth Nash promotes equality and social transformation through research-driven, targeted efforts, focusing extensively on pregnancy. She recently completed a thesis in law, neuroscience and social theory about blind spots related to pregnancy, that she is adapting for publication. Prior to pursuing legal interests, Beth worked in finance at Goldman Sachs, TIAA-CREF, and eventually co-founding and serving as Principal of her own investment firm. Beth initiated the Reproductive Justice Fellowships, and founded the Reproductive Justice Clinic, at NYU Law School, along with the former Carr Center for Reproductive Justice at NYU School of Law. She currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the Advantage Testing Foundation, and has served on non-profit boards and investment committees for several community organizations. Beth holds a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania, and graduate degrees from Columbia Business School and NYU.