Carol Roye is the author of “A Woman’s Right to Know,” a culmination of decades of experience and research into the history and impact of public policy decisions on women’s health, and a respected women’s health practitioner who serves one of New York City’s most impoverished neighborhoods.
An international educator, researcher and expert, her expertise in women’s health has been featured on radio, TV and in print, including The New York Times.
She is the assistant dean of research and a professor of nursing at Hunter College in New York City. She splits her professional time between teaching, research and her clinical practice in adolescent reproductive health. She is frequently called on to speak at various conferences around the country.
Carol is also the author of many publications on a range of topics in adolescent reproductive health.