Sylvia Levy is a graduate of Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Science, Technology and International Affairs, with a concentration in Global Health. She also studied Mandarin Chinese and was awarded a U.S. State Department Critical Language Scholarship to study language, culture and politics in Xi’an, China. While at Georgetown, she was elected to the student body Senate and served as Vice Speaker. In addition, she led campus advocacy efforts around student mental health, contraception access, sexual assault prevention, religious inclusion, and gender equity. She created community programs as a staff member of Georgetown’s Women’s Center and worked to promote the social justice goals of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism as a communications intern. After a summer internship with GHS working to advance global health goals including Universal Health Coverage and access to safe abortion, she is thrilled to return as a fellow.