Erin Sommers (BF ’25) is a History of Science, Medicine, and Public Health major from Brooklyn, New York. Her interest in applying biosocial perspectives to health, illness, and interventions around the world—particularly as they relate to maternal and reproductive health—draws her to the Global Health program. On campus, Erin coordinates and facilitates health education workshops for schools and organizations in the New Haven area as a community liaison for Community Health Educators. She is also a volunteer in HAVEN Free Clinic’s Referrals Department, where she serves as a patient navigator, as well as a member of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine’s ARRWIP team (Advocacy and Research on Reproductive Wellness of Incarcerated People). After graduation, Erin hopes to receive a Master’s in Public Health and pursue a career in maternal and reproductive health programming and policy. In her free time, Erin loves to excessively photograph her two cats and visit art museums.