Iman Traore is a current Masters of Public Health student at Oakland University who works as a Program Associate at Black Mothers’ Breastfeeding Association (BMBFA). She holds a Bachelor of Science in Public Health with a minor in Psychology from Wayne State University. While at Wayne State University, she was an intern for the WSU Suicide Prevention Initiative where she became certified in Mental Health First AID USA and served as a member of various executive boards. She went on to work as an Applied Behavior Analyst for Easterseals Michigan where she worked with children and Board Certified Behavior Analysts to develop and update intervention plans. Iman contributes her administrative skills to her previous role as a Basic Needs and Housing Case Manager for Freedom House Detroit. Her passion for public health and improving the health of communities through education will aid in her role at BMBFA.