Genelle Pollydore is a passionate, ambitious, and results-driven Anti-Racist Research and Practice Graduate student with an undergraduate background in Global Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. Genelle facilitates programs for the strengthening and empowering of Black youth, Black young women, and Black families in her community. Genelle is a member of the Canadian Black Chamber of Commerce, Women’s Committee where she coordinates workshops, and connects young Black businesswomen. Genelle sits on the Advisory Council of Kujenga Family Wellness Project where she supports the provision of community resources that promotes Black health and wellness. Genelle has a comprehensive understanding of the ways in which racism operates in the healthcare system in Canada. Genelle is talented at communicating and consulting on anti-racism and the social determinants of health. Genelle’s community experience and knowledge of health inequities, and systemic racism in the Canada has flourished into a combined passion of social justice and health equity rooted in personal experiences of racism in academic and professional spaces. Genelle is determined to promote Black health and excellence & uplift the Black community through innovative anti-racism and holistic health promotion initiatives.