Alina is a sophomore at Stanford University with a demonstrated history of leadership and a desire to have an impact. She is currently exploring the intersections of medicine, policy, and business and how to utilize these disciplines to address the social determinants of health and other health inequities. While in college, she has demonstrated these interests as a Community Engagement Intern for Supermajority (an organizing community for women’s activism), as the Lead Research Assistant for a Stanford School of Medicine Global Center for Gender Equality project in collaboration with the Gates Foundation, as a summer associate with Boston Consulting Group, and by taking classes at Stanford such as Foundations of Community Health Engagement, Health Care Leadership, and Healing, Illness, Stories. She received a Vital Voices grant to ease nursing home residents’ social isolation and loneliness in high school. With COVID-19 cases again on the rise, she plans to build upon my year of experience as a COVID-19 Contact Tracer and Vaccine Outreach Coordinator to empower young leaders in the Black community in Oklahoma to develop a community outreach program to increase the vaccination rates in our community.