I'm a student at MIT intending to major in computation and cognition (essentially computational neuroscience) on a premed track. I'm interested in memory and cognition and hope to one day study neurodegenerative disease. During high school, I was really involved with writing and editing, serving as a co-editor-in-chief of a literary magazine I founded with my friends, as well as a general managing editor at Polyphony Lit, a magazine publishing work by high school writers. I also did a lot of equity advocacy within my school district, collaborating with the school board to establish a student equity advocacy group. I joined Community HealthEd because it offered a way for me to harness my interests in literary editing, equity, and medicine into tangible impact. Information equity can be a big barrier, especially in healthcare, and I'm excited to play a part in lessening this obstacle.