Michael Nkereuwem received his BA in Sociology from Georgia State University, where he graduated Cum Laude in 2018. He is currently at Columbia University and a candidate for a Masters of Science in Social Work, with a Clinical focus on Health and Mental Health; he is also a candidate for a Minor in Technology. He has worked on a research project testing the efficacy of technological interventions meant for Black, HIV/STI drug-involved women; the project was funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse. His future research will focus on trying to understand the role of gender in black experiences with racism. Michael will be collecting data from a virtual reality racism experience, created by Dr. Cogburn and the Virtual Human Interaction Lab at Stanford University.