Arianne Henry is a graduate student at Boston University's School of Public Health pursuing an MPH with a concentration in Global Health. She is a research and teaching assistant for the Center for Health Law, Ethics and Human Rights, engaging in research, writing and advocacy on issues related to social justice, health, and human rights. She recently co-authored an editorial, Human Trafficking: A Health and Human Rights Agenda in the Annals of Internal Medicine. She is also a co-author of a forthcoming publication in Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift, an international medical journal, on the legacy of the Nuremberg Code and ethical research practices in the United States. Prior to attending Boston University, Arianne served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Suriname. Translating what is happening on the ground to the greater world is a significant part of global health work, and she hopes to use her fellowship to illuminate the forces impacting women's mental health in Ethiopia and the local feminist movements working to empower women.