Olivia Egemba is an educator, a public health data analyst, and a social justice advocate. Prior to joining the team, she completed a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, a Master of Science degree at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, and a Master of Public Health degree at Columbia University. Recognizing the detrimental impact of health and education inequality, Olivia has become eager to partake in the development of resources promoting community empowerment. Some of her previous work includes implementing a region-specific water and sanitation curricula throughout Ecuador; teaching children about proper dental hygiene techniques, nutrition, and dengue fever prevention in Honduras; and producing an 8-session seminar series on the environmental determinants of health in Panama. Additionally, she has accrued over five years of teaching and tutoring experience in U.S. schools housed within historically marginalized communities across the country.