Ngozi Okoli (BK '22) is a proud Nigerian-American majoring in Sociology with a concentration in Health and Society. Her interests include child growth and development and cultural competency in health interventions. She hopes to receive her Master’s in Public Health and attend medical school. On campus, Ngozi works as a Peer Liaison for the Afro-American Cultural Center, participates in Danceworks, volunteers at Yale-New Haven Hospital, and acts as Donor Coordinator for the American Red Cross at Yale. Last summer, Ngozi studied community public health in the Dominican Republic, working on projects focused on health literacy and child growth and development. This summer, she plans to work on a pilot project with the Samoan Obesity, Lifestyle and Genetic Adaptations Study Group investigating breastfeeding, satiety, and weaning attitudes.