Lena is a fourth-year undergraduate student at UC Berkeley. She is majoring in public health and minoring in German. She grew up in Nanjing, China and came to the U.S for college. She began to volunteer at the Rwanda Family Planning Integration Project in Rwanda in April 2018, a project aiming to improve and sustain improved reproductive health services in Rwanda. She also began working with Professor Marc Mitchell from the Harvard School of Public Health, mainly working on a literature review that examines the role of mobile health in developing countries. She has explored many different aspects of the public health ranging from epidemiology to health economics to demography, and has found each area fascinating, insightful and impactful. This past summer she interned at the University of Fudan in Shanghai, where she worked on environmental health data analysis and will hopefully have a paper published by Christmas 2018. She is passionate about empowering others, global health and using data to improve lives.