Rachel Glantzberg is a junior at the Academy of Allied Health and Science. She has conducted research on the effects of a vegan diet on female fertility and development and is currently interning with a computational biology lab studying the genetics of COVID-19 and myeloma. Rachel thrives in environments where she can give back to her community, such as presiding over her school's Key Club, serving as an EMS Cadet, and volunteering at a horse therapy farm providing care for children with special needs. She is passionate about ending period poverty, working to pass legislation at the state level to supply free period products within school bathrooms in New Jersey. Rachel hopes to be a physician in the future, always striving for the opportunity to leverage STEM as a means of sparking social change.