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Christy Turlington

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Turlington graduated from the Gallatin School of Individualized Study of New York University in 1999 where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree and currently is pursuing a MPH at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health in New York City.

In 2010 she founded Every Mother Counts, a non-profit that helps make pregnancy and childbirth safe for mothers after surviving her own childbirth complication. She directed and produced, "No Woman, No Cry," which raised awareness about maternal health conditions worldwide. Her newest documentary, Every Mile, Every Mother, explores the work that EMC has done using distance as a barrier for women needing to receive quality care. She is a global maternal health advocate and a mom. She lives with her husband, filmmaker Edward Burns, and their two children.

She is a supermodel that has done work for Vogue, Calvin Klein's Eternity, Maybelline, and many more.

For more, visit here: http://everymothercounts.org/about-us/#staff

Every Mother Counts: http://everymothercounts.org/

Watch the show she was on here: http://www.pbs.org/to-the-contrary/watch/3261/usaid-and-maternal-health;-abortion-and-film;-past-act



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