Anika Chowdhury is currently completing her Bachelor of Science in global health, sociology, and psychology at the University of Toronto. Within global health, Anika’s academic interests include socio-economic and cultural determinants of health in populations around the world. As a proud believer in diversity and inclusion within the workforce, Anika hopes to apply her personal experiences gained surrounding D&I to her work at the CCDI. Outside the classroom, Anika is an executive member of Healthy Minds UofT and volunteers her time with Elizabeth Fry Toronto. In her spare time, Anika enjoys biking, playing soccer, and reading novels.