Siena Cizdziel (DC ’23, she/her) is a Computer Science major from Oxford, MS. She is interested in the impacts of technology on health around the world and strives to find ways in which technology can equitably and sustainably improve health outcomes. She has previously worked in the intersection of health and technology helping to build software for single cell research at the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative and coding on the development team of PPE4ALL, a nonprofit providing personal protective equipment to communities during the pandemic. On campus, she teaches various computer science courses as a ULA, coordinates events as co-president of Asian-ish, and conducts machine learning research at the Yale School of Medicine. In her free time, she loves dancing, working on projects at the CEID, and playing board games with her friends.