Zoe is a lifelong resident of southeastern Wisconsin. Currently, a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health, she will be graduating in December with a Master’s in Public Health as well as a certificate in Maternal and Child Health. Zoe earned her Bachelor of Science in Communications Sciences and Disorders at UW—Milwaukee in 2020. During that time, she participated in interdisciplinary research in the Pediatric Neuromotor Laboratory conducting behavior coding of parent-child interaction and presenting at UWM’s 2020 Symposium. From 2018-2020, Zoe was a member of the HRSA–funded, UWM Maternal, and Child Health Pipeline Program. As a member, she received training in health disparities and social/health policy. Additionally, she has been involved in youth education and resilience programming as well as a program focused on infant mortality. This past semester Zoe worked as a research/evaluation intern at AMTC where she gained experience in the evaluation of adolescent pregnancy prevention programs, data analysis/dissemination, and client engagement. Zoe is looking forward to working on FFBWW’s policy blueprint with a focus on gaining more experience in policy development. She is excited to be working with an organization that is dedicated to addressing disparities among Black women.