Abigail is a remarkable student who has made significant contributions to both Stetson University and the DeLand community. In her two years at Stetson, she has become a highly active and well-known person on campus. Abigail is deeply committed to promoting health equity and enhancing access to healthcare for all people in the United States. Her research on the relationship between health insurance type and health outcomes reflects her dedication to understanding the complex factors that influence healthcare access and equity. Abigail’s hypothesis that private insurance types with low regional coverage have a negative relationship with positive health outcomes demonstrates her ability to think critically and develop innovative research questions. In addition to her academic achievements, Abigail is also a compassionate and driven activist who is dedicated to making a positive impact in the lives of others. Her internship with the Clean the World Foundation and her advocacy for her fellow students demonstrate her commitment to social justice and community service. Abigail's plans to attend graduate school to earn double degrees in Public Health and Law (MPH/JD) reflect her desire to use her knowledge and skills to promote health equity and social justice on a larger scale. She will soon begin work with the CDC Public Health Program, a training opportunity for early‐career public health professionals who have a recent college degree and interest in public service and health.