Hannah Cevasco (GH ’23) is a California native majoring in Computational Biology, a course of study she has created through the Special Divisional Majors program. She is passionate about using computational tools to solve biological problems and is particularly interested in cancer biology. During the Covid-19 pandemic, she worked in the Gerstein Lab to model the spread and evolution of Covid-19 based on genetic variation and she will be interning with the Amgen Business Development team this summer. Outside of classes, Hannah is the Co-President and Co-Founder of the Global Research and Consulting Group at Yale which consults exclusively for nonprofits and social impact startups. She also serves on the board of Yale Women and Gender Minorities in Computer Science, the Dean’s Committee on Majors, and the Dean’s Committee on STEM and Quantitative Reasoning. Hannah is looking forward to building her experience as a Global Health Scholar into a career at the intersection of biotechnology, personal genomics, and public policy