Hey, everyone! My name is Jaih Hunter-Hill, and I am a sophomore majoring in Biomechanical Engineering. I’m from Sacramento, CA, but I have grown up and or spent extended time in various areas in the States and abroad. I come from a home environment which greatly emphasized a healthy diet, physical activity,and rest, and as such, I am someone who takes health very seriously-as I have benefited from keeping to good health practices. As a former ASB trip participant on this very topic, I enjoyed the opportunity to engage in this discussion surrounding the topic of both domestic and global women’s health issues. As the only freshman AND sole male on the trip, I feel that I was moved outside of my box as I was exposed to candid, pertinent conversations between leaders in the field, myself, and my fellow participants, impacting me greatly. I have chosen, thus, to co-lead this trip in hopes of offering other students this same great opportunity. I believe that the knowledge gained not only from the course material but also from my interactions with others has given me the framework from which to further enhance my approach to solving medical issues as a future medical device designer. Such a course, on such a unique topic prepares one to address issues easily overlooked within the realm of women’s health but also minority health in general. I am eager to share my experiences with you but more so to see you all develop into more informed members of the world community as you further your Stanford careers. In addition to co-leading this trip, I am a member of the Men’s Rugby team, I serve as a Black Student Union chair, but most of all, I look forward to meeting you all!