Meet our Intern!
Imani Wilson-Shabazz is a freshman at the University of Southern California. She is currently completing a B.A in Cognitive Science and Gender Studies. She attends USC as a Gates Millennium Scholar, a full-ride scholarship for bright youth. Over the course of her short professional life she has interned at Skyland Trail, a mental health facility in the Metro-Atlanta area. There she worked with staff to co-lead therapy groups which included music therapy and product/process art therapy. After her time at Skyland, Imani worked for the Center for Civil and Human Rights as a Youth Activism Fellow. There she worked with other bright young adults to spread information about civil and human rights and how they can be honored and protected. While grateful for the experiences at these companies, Imani decided to pursue a public health career in sexual health and sexuality. She aspires to partner with public health organizations to research sexual health and disease prevention among at risk populations. In her limited free time Imani enjoys traveling and sitting down with a good book and a hot cup of tea. She is currently working at Velvet Lips to help create a pilot program for a new sexual education program aimed at high schoolers. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.