Eryne Jenkins is a Magnolia, Delaware native pursuing her Master of Public Health (MPH) from Dartmouth College. Currently, she serves as the Sophomore Experience Coordinator for the Sexual Violence Prevention Project on campus as she pursues her MPH. Previously, she earned her Bachelor’s degrees in Biology and Environmental Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. On and off campus opportunities over the past few years have cultivated her interest for increasing access to community health programs and resources in underserved communities. In the first year of her program, she cultivated an interest in stress reduction initiatives for underrepresented groups that stemmed directly from her experience as an EMT throughout the pandemic. She is excited to intern with FFBWW in her second year to gain insight and experience in community-based policy development that is data-driven and evidence-based alongside the talented Team FFBWW. Her other commitments include being active in the community as a Legal Redress Coordinator, member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., and maintaining a commitment to empowering the next generation of girls to pursue STEM opportunities as a Perry Initiative Fellow.