Libby Dotson graduated from Duke University with a degree in Cultural Studies and International Comparative Studies. She now works as a research associate in the Duke Center for Global Women’s Health technologies where she works on educational health interventions related to preventive medicine. Her work with Calla Imaging uses the Callascope technologies as a means for self-exploration and empowerment. She helps design and conduct in-depth interviews with women about their reproductive health, their barriers to cervical cancer screening, and their perceptions towards conventional pelvic exams and the new Callascope technology. As part of the Calla Imaging team, Libby has implemented these studies in Durham, NC, and has curated an exhibit on these topics to promote cervical cancer awareness. She is planning similar studies in the Calla Campaign’s international sites.