Nadia Smith is a senior from Rutgers University-New Brunswick with triple enrollment in the School of Arts and Sciences, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, and Douglass Residential College (DRC). In May 2020, she will receive her BS in Public Health and a certificate in Health Disparities. Nadia has been an active member of the Douglass community throughout her undergraduate career serving as a Barbara Voorhees mentor and a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Ambassador for the college. Her research interests include maternal health, cancer disparities, and the relationship between health inequities, social determinants, and intersectionality. Nadia hopes to pursue a Master’s in Public Health to continue her growth as a student, researcher, and future health practitioner.