Yaminah Romulus is a Policy Manager at Health Care For All. Her work focuses on policy and advocacy related to child and maternal health. She also serves as co-chair for Birth Equity and Justice Massachusetts (BEJMA)—a majority Black woman-led reproductive justice coalition that aims to elevate the voices and experiences of birthing people, advance maternal health policy and build community power through a lens of justice and equity. Prior to joining HCFA, Yaminah worked as a Health Policy and Program Associate at the Network for Excellence in Health Innovation providing research and analysis support across various program areas. Yaminah earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh and her master’s degree in Public Health with a focus in Health Policy at Emory University.