Brooke Margolin is a senior in the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences’ Honors Program and the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy majoring in Public Health, minoring in Political Science and Women’s & Gender Studies, and pursuing a certificate in Health Disparities. She is simultaneously working towards her MPH in Epidemiology at the Rutgers School of Public Health. Brooke is an Undergraduate Associate at the Eagleton Institute of Politics, a Rutgers Scholar at the Intelligence Community – Center for Academic Excellence, and a G.H. Cook Scholar. She is currently a Programming and Development Intern at the New Brunswick Development Corporation and a HealthMap Intern at Boston Children’s Hospital’s Innovation and Digital Health Accelerator. She previously interned at GlobeMed Headquarters, Rutgers Global Health Institute, and Rutgers University’s Center for Women’s Global Leadership. Brooke serves as President of the Rutgers Global Health Institute’s Student Council, Student Advisory Panel Member of the Rutgers University Climate Task Force, Vice President of Triota – Women’s & Gender Studies National Honor Society, Director of Community Outreach of GlobeMed at Rutgers, and Global Awareness Representative of She’s the First – Rutgers. Currently, Brooke is completing research as a Senior Fellow for the Pandemic Task Force at Eagleton’s Miller Center for Community Protection and Resilience and is a Research Assistant for Dr. Johanna Schoen’s NIH-funded, multi-institutional research on the eugenic sterilization of women in North Carolina. Brooke has also served as a Teaching Assistant and Alternative Break Site Leader for the pilot Honors College First-Year Byrne Seminar, “Hunger and Food Insecurity in New Brunswick: A Service Learning Perspective.” She looks forward to being a member of this year’s cohort of Voorhees Public Service Fellows.