Christy Zheng (JE’23) is a Biomedical Engineering major from New Jersey. Her interest in global health stemmed from her laboratory research in biodegradable contraceptive implants. Collaborating with the many stakeholders involved in the funding and experimental aspects of the research sparked her interest in the intersections between reproductive health, biomaterials, and sustainability. At Yale, she is the Vice President of Yale e-NABLE, an organization that 3D-prints free prosthetic upper limb devices for children and adults in need. She also serves as the Lieutenant of Operations with YEMS and hopes to provide for the community by aiding with the COVID-19 vaccination clinics. Additionally, she enjoys volunteering with the HAVEN Free Clinic and Squash Haven. In her spare time, she loves spending time with friends, tossing around a football, and pursuing her passion for woodworking.