Debbie Dada (PC '22) is a Nigerian-Canadian History of Science, Medicine & Public Health and African Studies double major. She aspires professionally to work in health system strengthening in West Africa. Her primary research focus is on using implementation science to improve the health of marginalized populations within West Africa and African diasporic communities. She has particular interest in the social determinants of health and strongly believes in the importance of education as a tool in improving health outcomes. Debbie is the co-founder and director of Find Your Path Canada, a non-profit that helps improve academic achievement among Black youth in Toronto. She has worked on health equity research/initiatives (primarily on HIV) in Senegal, Ghana and Canada, interned for NHS England and currently serves as a research assistant under Dr. Laron E. Nelson. She is the former Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Yale Global Health Review, has served on board for the Yale Association for African Peace and Development, worked at the Afro-American Cultural Centre and played for YWRFC. She is currently on an LOA doing a Yale MacMillan Center Language Fellowship.