Jelani Harvey is a recent graduate of Columbia University who received his degree in American History. After he spent his high school years raising money and awareness for human trafficking in Thailand and genocide in Sudan, Jelani has since focused his time on health health care inequality in America. He worked for Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee as a Barbara Jordan Health Policy Fellow and this fall will be pursuing a Master’s degree in Health Policy from Johns Hopkins University. This summer, Jelani worked as a summer research intern in the Hopkins Center for Health Disparities Solutions, and will be continuing during the school year on a report on health disparities in adult men. In 2012 he was a Millennial Values Fellow in conjunction with the Berkley Center's project on young Americans, faith, and values.