Heaven’le Mckenzie is a Broward County, Florida native and a rising Sophomore at Nova Southeastern University majoring in Public Health and minoring in Pre-health. With her parents being native Bahamians, Heaven’le enjoys cooking and eating traditional Bahamian meals. During her first year as an undergraduate student, Heaven’le focused on researching how medical professionals actively educate and reduce health care inequities, which ignited a deep passion for educating communities regarding health care disparities. Although Heaven’le has always aspired to be an Emergency Physician, her research has motivated her to use her platform as an Emergency Physician to shine a spotlight on and be a change agent in combating healthcare disparities. Heaven’le is ecstatic to intern for the Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness and plans to make everlasting connections with the Foundation while fighting against health inequities affecting women that look like her.