Sita Strother (MC ‘20) is majoring in anthropology with a concentration in medical anthropology. Her interests include women’s reproductive health, adolescent mental health, and the influence of media on health outcomes. Last summer she worked for John Snow, Inc on DREAMS Innovation Challenge, an initiative to reduce HIV/AIDs among adolescent women in 10 sub-saharan African countries. As curriculum advisor for Community Health Educators, she edits and teaches workshops on reproductive health, mental health, and nutrition in New Haven public schools. She serves as outreach coordinator for The Yale Layer, an undergraduate publication aiming to facilitate discussions about mental health on campus. She studies French and is interested in addressing health disparities through media and film in francophone developing countries. In her free time, she sings for The New Blue, Yale’s oldest women’s a cappella group!