Haley Grieco-Page is a senior majoring in Neuroscience and minoring in Global Public Health and the Common Good, as well as in Managing for Social Impact. Her interest in public health was first sparked when learning about food insecurity through service work in high school. Haley is passionate about the link between environmental factors and brain development and other health outcomes, as well as environmental justice, food security, and eliminating health disparities. She has participated in environmental health research with professors at both the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Yale School of Environment. Additionally, she volunteered on sustainable development projects in Tanzania in the summer of 2019. At Boston College, Haley’s involvements include the Research Program on Children and Adversity (RPCA), Outdoor Adventures, Chaarg, and Partners in Health. At the RPCA, she is a research assistant on the Refugee Behavioral Health project, in addition to working on completing her senior thesis.