Public health to me is shining light on the injustices people face across the world and being a drop in the bucket of change.
I was inspired by my time working with adolescent survivors of human trafficking before attending Rollins School of Public health.
My most rewarding experience has been truly defining what I see myself doing as a future health professional and working towards those goals day in and day out.
Take care of yourself, and your mental health. Some of the things you will come across may feel disheartening and hard to digest.
My interest lies in women and human rights, so naturally I believe we should be focusing on reducing violence against women so that they may be empowered and in turn contribute positively and effectively to their communities.