Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Madeline Wong graduated from Tufts University with majors in biology and archaeology. Her college research with The Kibale Chimpanzee Project and The Kasiisi Project spanned biology, anthropology, conservation, and education in rural Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Madeline was also the undergraduate One Health student contact in collaboration with Tufts Dental, Medical, and Veterinary schools. In her communities, Madeline designed youth conservation education content with the Wildlife Conservation Society, managed finances for immigrant small businesses in New York and Massachusetts, and taught the importance of ancient cultures at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She was captain of the Tufts Women’s Water Polo team and the lead writing editor for Voices, Tufts Asian American art and literary magazine with Tufts Asian Student Coalition. Madeline is grateful for this opportunity as a Princeton in Africa fellow at the International Livestock Research Institute.