Hannah Heitz is a senior at Emory University where she is pursuing a degree in Psychology and Human Health. Her interests include positive psychology, global health, and health policy. She is involved with Flourish! Emory and the Office of Health Promotion’s Happiness Boot Camp Program, which focuses on improving the lives of students in a rigorous academic environment through the implementation of Positive Psychology research. Hannah also serves as Vice President for the Emory Undergraduate Global Health Organization (EUGHO), which promotes awareness of global health issues on campus through events, fundraisers, and a strong partnership with the Center for Disease Control (CDC). She is passionate about working with the refugee community in Atlanta after completing the Ethics and Servant Leadership (EASL) Program. She has been able to pursue her interests in health and social justice through an internship program at the University of Michigan focusing on addressing health disparities in health management and policy during the summer of 2015. She is currently completing an honors thesis on narratives of trauma in the Fivush Family Narratives and Trauma Lab. In her free time, she enjoys journaling, cooking, exploring restaurants on Buford Highway, and practicing Pilates.