Adeola Adeoye-Davids is a senior at the Diana C. Lobosco STEM Academy in the biomedical life science shop. In their free time, they enjoy tutoring youth, participating in hackathons, and designing websites. Adeola has worked as the academic chairperson of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, and as a class representative for the Future Health Professionals (HOSA). They have completed research on the effects of architecture on pollution (focusing on legislature), as well as the long-term effects of noise pollution on mental and physical health. In the future, they plan to work with cognitive science research in practice with biomedical engineering and aims to advocate for accessible mental health awareness and aid.