A graduate of Eastern Mennonite University, Kaylee Ferguson majored Biology and Pre-Professional Health. She was heavily involved in university research at EMU. She worked with the EMU Science Department as a research assistant, collaborating with faculty of the Biomedicine Department, to measure gene expression and regulation in response to different salt and sugar diets. She also served as an undergraduate learning Assistant and National Science Foundation Tutor with EMUs Science Department. Additionally, Kaylee worked as a Community Advisor and House Coordinator with EMU Residence Life. Kaylee’s hobbies include hiking, playing soccer and volleyball, and kayaking. She was part of the Northside cohort, and served at Global Links.