Sadiya Muqueeth is a second-year Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) student at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health with an interest in building more resilient health systems, nationally and locally, by improving workforce capacity. Before joining the DrPH, she was a 2012 Public Health Prevention Service Fellow with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). During the first year of her fellowship at CDC, Sadiya focused on strengthening the global public health workforce through messaging and policy analysis for the Field Epidemiology Training Program, and evaluated products developed with CDC partners to enhance city design in order to improve health outcomes. She then led the Preventing Substance Exposed Pregnancies (PSEP) Coalition on a two-year assignment to the Baltimore City Health Department. Sadiya’s previous positions have included research assistant on CDC’s foodborne outbreaks and surveillance teams, rural health volunteer with Peace Corps in Paraguay, and research coordinator for community-based participatory studies. Sadiya earned her Bachelors of Arts in Public Health Studies from Johns Hopkins University in 2006 and her Masters of Public Health in Health Behavior from University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill in 2012.