Maereg "Mimo" Haile has diverse professional experiences across broad subject areas such as public health, managing grants, and community outreach. She received a Bachelor of Science in Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior from University of California, Davis in 2009 and a Masters in Public Health from University of San Francisco in 2014. She is interested in women's reproductive health, HIV/AIDS awareness and violence prevention for women of the African Diaspora. In addition to her graduate program, she has successfully completed a 9-month training program to become a certified Health Advocacy Trainer with the California Black Women’s Health Project (CBWHP). To illustrate her competency, she was able to co-organize a health expo that addressed important public health issues within the Habesha (Eritrean and Ethiopian) community of the Bay Area. Aside from her professional successes, she loves taking dance classes, serving as a board member of the Bay Area non-profit, Sol Sisters, and supporting her family’s small business.