Rosie Eyerman-Motz is in her second year of her dual MPH-MA degrees in Behavioral, Social, and Community Health and Latin American and Caribbean Studies at Indiana University. In 2012, she completed her dual degrees BS-BA in Dietetics and Human Rights Studies at the University of Dayton. Upon completion of her dietetic internship at Montana State University in 2013, she became a registered dietitian and has served as a dietitian in various clinical and public health roles. She began working in the field of public health and nutrition because she believes access to healthcare and to food is a human right that everyone, no matter economic status or country an individual lives in, deserves and has the right to possess. Rosie's research interests are in food security, food systems, and nutrition in Peru. Rosie is furthering her education to be able to contribute to nutrition and healthcare access in under-served populations worldwide. In her spare time she digs in the garden, experiments in the kitchen, and explores the outdoors.