Katrina Anderson is Human Rights Counsel at the Center for Reproductive Rights. Since 2011, she has led the Center's work to integrate international human rights into U.S. legal strategies. Using human rights documentation and advocacy with international and regional human rights bodies, she works to hold the U.S. accountable to its human rights obligations in areas of sexual and reproductive rights. She also supports reproductive justice organizations throughout in the United States in implementing human rights standards through state and local policy. Currently, her work focuses on eliminating barriers to reproductive health care access for immigrant women in the U.S. She was the author of the 2013 joint report with the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health, Nuestra Voz, Nuestra Salud, Nuestro Texas: Fighting for Reproductive Health in the Rio Grande Valley.