Onagh MacKenzie (SM ’15) is from Naples, New York. She is studying anthropology and is particularly interested in issues related to women’s health and food insecurity. On campus, Onagh teaches health education in New Haven schools, tutors refugee families, plays club soccer, leads incoming freshman on hiking trips, volunteers at a free health clinic, and will soon be a tutor in a local prison. She also works for the Yale Sustainable Food Project and is very interested in sustainable agriculture. The summer after her sophomore year she organized farmers’ markets and worked to make local food more accessible to residents of Sitka, Alaska. Onagh also loves to speak Spanish and spent the summer after her freshman year studying the language in Ecuador. She will spend the fall semester of her junior year studying abroad in Kenya through SIT’s Urbanization, Health, and Human Rights program.