Ian Neidel (TD ’23) is a Computer Science and Global Affairs major, who lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico and grew up in Singapore. He was drawn to Global Health through his internship at the US Department of Health and Human Services, which focuses on the effects of COVID-19 on hospitals, schools, and communities at large. His area of interest is Central Asia, having spent two summers learning both the Tajik and Dari dialects of Persian. At Yale, he is involved with the Yale Grammatical Diversity Project, the Digital Tokugawa Lab, VITA, and Matriculate, among others.