Veronica Joseph is a Research Coordinator in the Flythe research program. She earned her undergraduate degree in Sociology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Master of Public Health in Behavioral, Social, and Health Education Sciences from the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University. She has a variety of experiences in qualitative research, including her master’s thesis exploring sexual health experiences and disparities in young Black women. Her interests span qualitative research, social determinants of health, empowerment through health education, health disparities in historically disadvantaged communities, mental health, nutrition, and sexual and reproductive health. She hopes that her work with Dr. Flythe will progress her journey to improve health outcomes for disadvantaged communities. Currently, Veronica is supporting the THRiVE trial (Transforming Hemodialysis-Related Vascular Access Education). In her free time, she likes playing games, yoga, and exploring the Triangle!