Kamila Janmohamed (MC '22) is an Economics major from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Her interest in global health stems from her experiences with the impacts of neocolonial sexual and reproductive politics on healthcare access and public health investments in East Africa. She is interested in the determinants of and incentives for health-seeking behaviours in resource-constrained settings. On campus, Kamila works with graduate students in the departments of Sociology and Economics. She is currently involved in a scoping review of the intersections of the Covid-19 pandemic and sexual health, measuring polarisation and misinformation in online discourses surrounding vaping, and exploring the effect of the MeToo movement on the reporting of sexual crimes across the OECD.