Ismary Vento received her MPH at the Rutgers University School of Public Health, concentrating in Health Systems & Policy. She received her BS in Public Health with a concentration in Wellness and a minor in sociology from the University of Tampa. Currently, Ismary is a program specialist for the Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern NJ and also a US Census community liaison. Her work activities include educating the Northern NJ communities about lead poisoning prevention and healthy homes while also promoting the 2020 Census among hard-to-reach communities. Through her work in various areas of Public Health, Ismary hopes to continue advocating for minority health.