Evelyn graduated summa cum laude from Harvard University, where she studied Neuroscience and Spanish Literature. As a Marshall Scholar, she conducts research in the Neural Computation Lab at University College London. An aspiring physician-scientist, Evelyn hopes to pursue a career at the intersection of neuroengineering and refugee health to bridge healthcare disparities. She has worked with underserved youth in the U.S., Argentina, Chile, and the UK, including young asylum seekers, pediatric cancer patients, and children of incarcerated parents. In 2020, Evelyn founded CovEducation, a non-profit dedicated to bridging the academic equity gap that has reached over 200,000 individuals. In addition to improving educational access in low-income communities, she is particularly interested in developing accessible, culturally-sensitive strategies to improve youth mental health.