Ashley Blewitt-Golsch (she/her/hers) is a Project Coordinator for the Duke Sexual and Gender Minority Health Program. In this role, Ashley supports research aimed at examining and addressing the health disparities faced by Sexual and Gender Minorities in the Southern US and the Global South. Before coming to Duke, Ashley completed her master’s in anthropology at the University of Denver, where she conducted an ethnography on discourses of health, resilience, and minority stress depicted in transgender oriented image memes shared on social media. During this time, Ashley worked as a Transgender Health Educator and SGM Health Advocate. Ashley’s other research interests include rural SGM healthcare accessibility, “bottom-up” epistemologies of minority health narratives, and the critical analysis of constructions of gender in popular culture.