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Making medication accessible and affordable in developing countries.

Originally from Hasasa, Ethiopia, Jelane overcame significant language barriers after relocating to the United States. A beacon of resilience, she has actively championed inclusivity, becoming a role model for Muslim Black girls. As a dedicated member of Girls Inc., she has embraced both learning and community engagement. Excelling in advanced academic pursuits like AP Literature and AP Language and Composition, she achieved this despite English being her third language. Her academic dedication led to her role as the Vice President of Outreach on the Student Council. She is an active participant in the National Honor Society and Captain of the tennis team. Jelane’s passion for healthcare inspires her to leverage her future medical degree to improve health systems in developing countries. Her journey from Ethiopia to the U.S. underscores her relentless drive and vision for a better future not only for herself, but especially for others.


  • Activities Council, President and Founder
  • Student Council, Vice President Of Outreach
  • Varsity Tennis, Captain