Adia Haynes is a junior computer science major from Midland, Michigan. She is grateful for the professional opportunities that have inspired her, personally, to stay curious and grow each day. She has previous experience as a software engineer intern at Michigan State University, a participant in Spelman's Data Science Research Program, Spelman's Entrepreneurship Competition, and recently as an intern at Lockheed Martin. She serves as a resident advisor and participant in the honors program at Spelman College. Among many other roles, her favorite is as a mentor for underserved children in the Greater Atlanta Area. She has a particular interest in technology, finance, and entrepreneurship + innovation. She loves to kayak, learn new things, and spend quality time with family and friends. She enjoys new challenges, acquiring new skills, teachings, and forging new relationships.
EDquity aims to diminish health disparities and promotes health equity by tackling the main source of the issue: education. EDquity is an online DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion) course service for healthcare colleges and universities. It is designed to be an easy solution for colleges and universities looking to incorporate Implicit Bias and Health Equity training with their medical students (i.e nursing and physician assistant students as well).