Erin Ingle is a first year MPH student in the Department of Global Health at the University of Washington. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Denver with a degree in International Relations and Economics. As an undergraduate, Erin studied in Amman, Jordan where she completed research on refugees, health, and humanitarian aid. After graduating, Erin served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Tanzania where she worked on community based health and income generating projects with her community. She has additional experience working for grassroots nonprofits and the federal government. Her research interests encompass a variety of topics in global health including sexual and reproductive health, population studies, and social determinants of health. Erin is eager to live in the Pacific Northwest and sees her position at the START Center as an opportunity to continue channeling her passion for global health into tangible change through research.