Betty Yang Zong is a recent public health and integrative biology graduate from University of California, Berkeley. She previously served as a student assistant at the Bixby Center for Population, Health, & Sustainability where she assisted in various administrative duties, website maintenance, and graphic design for publications and conferences. While at Berkeley, she was involved with Global Brigades, Public Health Advocate, and the Healthcare Debate Decal. She has also worked in researching and writing on health policy issues related to early childhood education and health for the Clinton Foundation and Next Generation’s Too Small to Fail campaign. Her research interests include social determinants of maternal and child health as well as the effects of geographic location on health access, and she hopes to pursue an MPH in the future.