Cameron Brandt is a third-year Articulated Degree Masters student in Community Health Sciences and Latin American Studies. Though raised in a suburb of Chicago, Cameron moved to Los Angeles to complete her Bachelor's degree at Occidental College where she majored in Spanish Studies with a focus on pre-medicine and public health. While originally interested in pursuing a career in medicine, Cameron discovered her passion for community health during a study abroad program with the Students for International Training (SIT) program in Arica, Chile. As a graduate student, Cameron has worked six quarters as a Teaching Assistant and loves working with undergraduate students, especially in courses related to public health such as Global Health 100 and Migration and Health. Cameron’s research interests focus on structural barriers to sexual and reproductive health, especially as it relates to immigration and gender-based violence. Ultimately, Cameron hopes to unite her passion for teaching and community health to document and address structural forces that function to prevent all people from achieving reproductive justice.