Alison Herman is a member of the class of 2019 from Cleveland, Ohio. She plans to pursue a concentration in English with certificates in Spanish and Neuroscience. Alison serves as the director of advocacy for Princeton's END7 chapter, a group dedicated to ending seven neglected tropical diseases globally. A member of the Princeton Journal of Bioethics and the mental health board on campus, she is interested in the way values and beliefs get articulated in policy decisions. The opportunity to learn more about the complexities of health policy from ongoing ISS cases on the 2014 Ebola outbreak particularly excites her.