Joddy Nwankwo (she/her) is a sophomore studying Anthropology with an emphasis in Medical Anthropology supplemented by the pre-medical track. She joined the Clayman Institute student staff fall of 2019. Her interest in the Institute stemmed from her desire to amplify the voices of all women aligned and women of color, in particular, as well as promoting vital and valuable programming centered around gender and sexuality. In general, she is interested in the intersection of race and ethnicity, ethics, gender, medicine; the factors which influence health, the lived experiences and prevalence of illness; additionally, the economic and social relations of medicine. Joddy aspires to pursue a future in medicine and global health policy. She looks forward to expanding her knowledge around gender research and intersectional feminism while developing relationships with the staff, fellows, and faculty affiliates.