Tavi Wolfwood (MY’21) is a sociology major concentrating in health and society originally from Amherst, Massachusetts. He is interested in a wide range of global health issues, including health disparities and structural violence, food security and sustainable development, education and women’s empowerment, and healthcare systems and health policy. Tavi speaks Mandarin Chinese and is particularly interested in investigating how culture influences the perception and experience of health and illness. He also recently spent a summer studying food security, nutrition, and sustainable development in Geneva and has spent time studying the impacts of South African Apartheid legislation on modern food insecurity. At Yale, Tavi is a member of the Yale Spizzwinks and the Glee Club and travels around the world performing. When he isn’t singing, he works as the theater manager for the Pauli Murray Lighten Theater and is actively involved in the theater community.