Fatoumata Diallo is currently a senior at The University of Texas at Austin pursuing two degrees, one in Health and Society and the other in International Relations/Global Studies with a minor in French. Her interests include women’s and children’s human rights, social justice, and serving and advocating for underserved communities. She plans on attending law school to pursue a JD in human rights/international law. She is very passionate about bringing sustainable, healthy, and sanitary products to women and young girls in Guinea and beyond. She has interned for a plethora of non-profits, law firms, and entrepreneurship/startup organizations. She is currently the co-founder of a student-led organization and research team, Women's Relief Initiative, working towards providing immediate period relief to women dealing with a lack of access to menstrual products in Guinea while creating a sustainable biodegradable pad. Her life motto is to strive each day towards working to make the world a little better than she found it.