Dija is an undergraduate student at Stanford University majoring in bioengineering and minoring in psychology. She is originally from Madison, WI. At Stanford, she is the Co-President of Sistas in STEM, the Wellness Coordinator at the Queer Student Resources Center, and the Health and Wellbeing Chair for the Black Gender Marginalized Collective. She is incredibly passionate about studying racial disparities in health and medicine, as well as promoting wellness in her respective communities. In her free time, she likes making films, DJing, and learning about African Diasporic Religions. She is excited to conduct research this summer that both elevates the voices of Black women and assists with tangible improvements to their quality of care during office visits.