Nahomi Gonzalez (they/them) is an undergraduate student from Kansas City, Missouri, studying biological sciences. Nahomi is very dynamic and describes themself as interconnected, proactive, and a humanitarian. Nahomi has a lot of relevant experience, including being a bilingual translator in the health care setting, a research assistant at MU Research Success Core for the Obstetrics/Gynecology department, and an interventionist for a crisis line. On campus, they are a Discover Ambassador for the MU McNair Scholars Program and Assistant Project Coordinator for the MU TRiO Student Support Services Program. Nahomi has also been a site leader for MU Tigers for a Cause and is currently working on the “TRiO Closet”, which is a collaborative project providing basic necessities to MU TRiO students. Nahomi is interested in research because their aspiration falls toward a Social Work doctoral degree. They want to focus on intersectionality with the goal of analyzing the role it has on low socioeconomic status communities’ accessibility to essentials and risk prevention to promote civic engagement and raise solidarity. Nahomi wishes to devote their work to community development and improving the care management of marginalized populations. They have personal academic goals of continuing their education in human rights and social actions studies, growing as a scholar, and actively working with the team.