Alexa Blundell has worked to find how graphic design and communications can play a role in making health information more accessible. She holds a bachelor’s degree from UC Davis and a master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences from Charles R. Drew University. Alexa is passionate about working with migrant communities in California and volunteers at a local free clinic that serves uninsured and undocumented patients. She recently completed an ambassadorship with the UC Global Health Institute where her final project focused on the health impact of pesticides on agricultural workers in California. Her most recent role as an intern for the California Initiative for Precision Medicine in the Governor’s Office introduced her to health policy and communications, and she hopes to continue to learn from those at CDM.