Madison Conyers is a rising sophomore at Spelman College, majoring in Health Science with a minor in Comparative Women’s Studies on the Pre-Med track. From an early age, Madison developed an increasing desire to help those who suffer at the hands of injustice. She strongly believes in the empowerment of women and plans to focus her studies on the current disparities in healthcare among African-American women. After college, Madison plans to attend medical school and pursue a career as an obstetrician-gynecologist that specializes in maternal fetal medicine. As an obstetrician-gynecologist, she plans to serve women in underrepresented communities and help fix the mortality rates of African American women after giving birth. As an intern with the Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness, Madison is thrilled to be working alongside some of the most influential Black women and men in health, health equity, and wellness. Working for the Foundation will allow her to develop an intellectual understanding of the importance of wellness and the skills needed to benefit the overall health and well-being of Black women.