Rachael Sorcher is graduate of the Boston University School of Public Health where she studied community assessment, program design, implementation, and evaluation as well as global health. With a background in anthropology, Sorcher has always been passionate about using storytelling to amplify marginalized voices and inspire policy and practice change in the global public health arena. She has experience working for various non-profits including, The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and Outreach International, conducting qualitative research projects on refugee well-being, and is the co-author of an upcoming student mental health book. As a public health practitioner, Sorcher intends to seek out opportunities that allow her to combine her passions for research, storytelling, and advocacy. In her free time, Sorcher enjoys dancing, being active outdoors, and spending time with family and friends.