Mounia El Kotni (pronouns: she/hers) is an anthropologist, consultant, public speaker and author. Her areas of expertise include gender, environmental health and women’s health.
She graduated from the University at Albany, SUNY (PhD 2016) and has conducted research on maternal health policies in Mexico. She is the author of scientific research articles and books for the general public on health disparities, traditional medical knowledge and obstetric violence.
Mounia El Kotni is based in Paris, France and is currently postdoctoral research associate at the Cermes3. Her 2022-2023 research project, “Postpartum experiences in Paris and Mexico” is funded through a City of Paris for Gender Studies grant.
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