M. Isabelle Chaudry is the Senior Policy Manager, responsible for leading the NWHN’s women’s health and consumer safety policy efforts. Prior to joining the NWHN, Isabelle served as a law clerk for the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Oversight Committee, and as an Associate Staff Counsel at the Pennsylvania State Education Association, advocating on behalf of union workers and teachers. Isabelle is passionate about public policy and women’s rights. Her legal article on workplace sexual harassment is published in the Seton Hall Law Legislative Journal. She earned a J.D. with distinction in Alternative Dispute Resolution from Howard University School of Law and a Bachelor of Science degree from Howard University.
Blog Post List
August 27, 2019
The National Women’s Health Network has been working to raise awareness and advocate for strong federal regulation of cosmetic and personal care products. Most of us use these products—from shampoo and sunscreen to makeup and hair dyes—on a daily basis, some of which contain ingredients and contaminants that are harmful to our bodies and reproductive health. The industry is largely self-regulated! Big businesses have made big money selling products to women that are known to be harmful. Under the current regulatory framework, there is very little the Food & Drug Administration can do...