Yunji Jong (MC'22) is a prospective double major in Computer Science and Economics from Cypress, California. Her interests in Global Health stemmed from her high school biomedical engineering research experience in point-of-care tuberculosis testing devices. Over the summer, she worked with Professor Ted Cohen at the School of Public Health on the TB modeling and analysis consortium (TB MAC) project where the overall aim was to improve global TB care and control through the use of mathematical modeling and software to support policy making and implementation. Her passion for women in computer science led her to partner with 1000DreamsFund, an organization that provides micro-grants to women, to host an all-girls hackathon. On campus, she is the Events Director for the Women's Leadership Initiative, Education Center Head for the Roosevelt Institute, President of Code4Good, and an Undergraduate Learning Assistant for CPSC 223.