RH Reality Check
Brady joined RH Reality Check in 2007 and is now the New Media Director. He is primarily responsible for designing, developing and maintaining the organization's technology assets, including the website, and managing new media strategy and execution. Brady has helped RH Reality Check grow from a small blog into an increasingly popular and influential independent media outlet. Brady has been designing and developing on the web for more than 15 years. While still in college he designed and developed an award-winning website for then Insurance Commissioner Kathleen Sebelius' Kansas Insurance Department that included one of the first online applications for consumers to compare insurance premiums. He later managed search engine optimization and a large online advertising budget for an e-commerce company that became listed as an Inc. 500 fastest growing private business in America. After graduating from the University of Kansas with a degree in English Literature he served for two years in the Peace Corps as an English and reading teacher and a community developer on the island of Leguan off the coast of Guyana. Brady now lives and works at home in Lawrence, Kansas.
Welcome to a refreshed RH Reality Check. We just finished migrating the site from the Drupal platform that served us for six years to WordPress.
Editor in Chief Jodi Jacobson joined other reproductive rights activists and experts to discuss why over 200 million women worldwide cannot get the birth control they want.
Several prominent newspapers chose not to publish a series of Doonesbury comics becasue they address forced ultrasound legislation. So, help us make sure these are among the most seen Doonesbury comics ever.
Today on Capitol Hill, the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform assembled a panel to discuss the birth control mandate in President Obama’s Affordable Care Act. The panel consisted of eight male anti-choice, anti-contraception religious leaders and one female anti-choice witness. None had health credentials.
Today we are participating in a friendly competition with our fellow independent media outlets to raise money for our respective publications.
RH Reality Check Editor-in-Chief Receives Award from Association of Reproductive Health Professionals
We are honored to have recieved the 2011 Preserving Core Values in Science Award from the Association of Reproductive Health Professionals.
We need your help to reach our goal of 7,000 followers on Twitter and 4,000 on Facebook by the end of September.