Asia Jones is a senior at The George Washington University, majoring in public health and minoring in sustainability. She is also a candidate for a BS/MPH in Epidemiology at the Milken Institute School of Public Health. Asia Jones was born and raised in Washington DC, where she graduated from Benjamin Banneker Academic High School in 2016. It was in 2016 when she was awarded the Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholarship at The George Washington University. Since her time at The George Washington University, Jones conducted research at the National Institutes of Health and analyzed data at the Milken Institute School of Public Health. In addition, she interned at the American Red Cross, and YesSheCanCampaign. Jones has also dedicated some of her college career towards working as a Capital Peer at George Washington University’s Colonial Health Center, and as a tour guide for George Washington University’s Undergraduate Admissions Office. As a senior, Jones works as an Entrepreneurial Fellow for the Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, a Student Leader for the YesSheCanCampaign’s The Climb Is Our Story program, and a Mentor Facilitator for the Stephen Joel Trachtenberg Scholars. Ultimately, Asia Jones wishes to become either an infectious disease epidemiologist, or a public health leader in disaster and crisis management.