Eiman is a 2nd year MPH student in the Social & Behavioral Sciences Department concentrating in Public Health Modeling. She earned her BS in Biological Sciences with a minor in Psychological Science from the University of California, Irvine in 2021. As a Muslim, Sudanese-American, and daughter of immigrants, Eiman is committed to promoting representation across both academic and professional spheres. Prior to her time at Yale, she served as an at-large senator where she advocated for the opening of a meditation space on campus and lobbied with legislators in Sacramento and Washington D.C., where she promoted bills that supported student parents, undocumented students, first-gen students, and underrepresented minorities across the entire UC system. Furthermore, she served as the first Black, female, President of the Muslim Student Union (MSU) at UC Irvine. Eiman is the Co-Founder and Director of Operations of a non-profit organization called the Sudanese-American Professionals Society (SAPS), which serves to empower the Sudanese-American community by creating a professional network and providing the tools and knowledge needed to foster leaders and achieve professional excellence. Here, at Yale, Eiman is a member of the Yale Graduate Consulting Club, Yale Biotech Club, and Muslim Student Association. She is very excited to support the YSPH student body through the Diversity Ambassador position by fostering a welcoming and inclusive environment for all students.