Hannah Wagner is completing her fifth year at UW Madison double-majoring in Human Development and Family Studies & Gender and Women's Studies with a Global Health Certificate. Her coursework in global health led her to study abroad in Freiburg, Germany in August 2015 where she learned about the integrated sustainability systems that collaboration and community support can create. This experience helped to kickstart her interest in environmental health as an increasingly important public health issue. Hannah hopes to pursue a career in the field of public health someday and is excited to gain further insight into that field through her work with the Wisconsin Environmental Health Network and the Physicians for Social Responsibility in Wisconsin. This experience is sure to open her mind to the inner-workings of the non-profit world as well as to intensify her passion for environmental health. Additionally, Hannah works as a peer education coordinator at Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment (PAVE) on the UW Madison campus as an advocate for sexual violence prevention adding to her experience in advocacy and public health.