Sarah Malarkey is a graduating senior from Rutgers University-New Brunswick where she is dual-enrolled in the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences and will receive a BS in Public Health in May 2020. Throughout her undergraduate career, she was involved with research that focused on breast cancer in Essex County, NJ, medication-assisted treatment in jails, smoking behaviors in the LGBT community, and colorectal cancer screening in the Newark Community. Her research interests include health disparities in minority populations, specifically cancer disparities and urban/global health. She is currently applying to graduate programs to obtain her MPH in epidemiology. She hopes to have a career that combines her passion for social justice and science, and advocate for health justice.