Kaila Holloway was a student at Howard University. She studied chemistry and was on the pre-medicine track. On campus, she was a mentor with Girls Inc, and an active member of She’s the First, and Ladies of the Quad Social Club, which all work to empower and educate women. She is passionate about education and eradicating health disparity issues across the world. Kaila was also the site coordinator for Howard’s New Orleans Alternative Spring Break Program. She planned a weeklong trip and led a group of 50 Howard students to her hometown during spring break to do community service. Under the education and prison industrial complex initiative, the students went to schools, after school programs, and a juvenile detention center to instill hope in the children, and foster community development through education. She interned with the National Urban League, in the education/health department, in which she worked on program design to eradicate health disparity issues faced by minorities in the United States. In the future, Kaila plans to attend medical school, then travel to Uganda and improve their health care system.