Chelsey Kamson serves as the Secretary for Jewels of Africa Foundations Inc. She is currently pursuing a Master of Public Health, at Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University. She is passionate about improving the quality of life of individuals through advocacy, policy, education and research. Her current research focuses on health disparities, community partnerships, and the intersection between public health and technology. Chelsey completed her undergraduate degree at the University of California (San Diego) in Cognitive Neuroscience. She believes that education is the catalyst for real and impactful change. As a first generation African-American of Nigerian parentage, she has a strong desire to make a sustainable and effective change within West Africa, from policy level through education. She believes that everyone should live in an environment where basic needs and necessities are given to all people. Educational development is critical for the growth and strength and provides a platform for sustainable and systematic expansion and improvement.