Omri Johnson is a native of Brooklyn, New York and a second year Masters of Public Health student at Howard University where she also completed her Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology in 2020. Omri’s goal is to improve the health and well-being of communities. Omri decided to pursue a Masters of Public Health for its scope and flexibility to freely traverse the field of public health.  Omri’s future goals center on mitigating health disparities in marginalized communities, specifically homeless, black, older adult, and LGBTQ+ populations with a fine focus on occupational health and well-being in the workplace, public health data science, and public health social work. Omri is excited to use this opportunity to increase her professional and interpersonal skill set as a public health professional during her time as an Administrative Operations Intern with the Foundation. Omri is excited to learn from the Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness and contribute to the mission of being a transformative force in the lives of Black women.