I am a public health advocate because I dream of shared liberation. I believe that liberation can only be enjoyed through access to secure and quality health as a foundational human right. As a Black woman and a social worker, mental, physical, and spiritual health have been at the forefront of my consciousness for much of my life. I have learned that the human experience is comprised of many intersectionalities. If these intersections are not marginalized, they gift us with diversity that allows us to thrive collectively. Health, as a foundational right, allows us to begin to address inequities in those intersections. My goal is to help secure that foundational right.