Diondra Peck is a junior living in Winthrop House, concentrating in Biomedical Engineering with a Secondary in Computer Science. Her particular interests in biomedical engineering are computational anatomical modeling, medical imaging systems, and image analysis software development. Throughout her time at Harvard, she has worked at both The Rowland Institute at Harvard and The Harvard Biorobotics Lab as a research assistant helping to develop applications of computer science and linear algebra for biological and biomedical image processing. Her post-grad plans are to pursue an MD/PhD in Biomedical Engineering and work at the intersection of interventional radiology and computer science, expanding the potential for non-invasive diagnoses and procedures. Always eager to encourage an interest in STEM studies, especially in other black girls, she has delved into leadership and participation in organizations such as The Harvard Society of Black Scientists and Engineers and Science Club for Girls. Diondra is honored to receive this scholarship, and standing in the legacy of Deshaun Hill, Harvard Stephens, and the other recipients further motivates her to continue pursuing her goals and giving back.