Giselle is in her final semester as a graduate student at the Boston University School of Public Health, where she has a concentration of ‘Health Policy & Law’ in her MPH program. Her research interests include methods to reduce chronic health disparities and to increase access to primary care, alongside a broader concern for equity in health outcomes across demographics and a specialized concern for gastrointestinal issues and increased colorectal cancer incidence. Apart from her work at Springboard Enterprises, Giselle is a Policy Intern for The Access Challenge, in which she advocates for universal access to healthcare and education in Africa by partnering with political leaders in African-centered mass-media campaigns. Prior to her graduate studies, she received a BA in Health and Human Sciences with a minor in Political Science at the University of Southern California (USC). During her time as an undergraduate, she served as an ambassador for the Office of Admissions at USC to assist prospective transfer students through the application process, a tutor for student athletes, and a volunteer for various nonprofits in Downtown Los Angeles.