Marlika Marceau (GH’21) is an Ethics, Politics, and Economics major with a concentration in Global Health. She was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and was raised in Miami, Florida. Her passion for global health stems from her own analysis of how socioeconomic barriers impact access to the advancement of healthcare in her native country. On a broader scale, she is interested in studying the intersections between human rights law, refugee systems, and global health, in order to understand how health systems can be improved to better serve vulnerable populations. On campus, she can be found writing for The Yale Globalist, debating on the Yale Political Union floor, researching and making policies with The Roosevelt Institute, and tutoring ESL students at a local New Haven high school as a member of Refugee and Immigrant Student Education (RISE).