Health is a basic human right. Health equity means ensuring health for all people through fair and just systems that provide universal and equal access to opportunities and resources that allow individuals to attain and maintain good health.
Marley Catlett hails from North Carolina, USA. She is a creative problem solver committed to empowering women and minorities. In 2009, Marley became involved with One Way Out, a nonprofit that empowers vulnerable communities in rural Kenya through education. She has served the organization in various capacities over the years, working as a board member and also managing marketing and communications. While attending UNC-Chapel Hill, Marley founded Harambee on the Hill, a student organization dedicated to supporting educational programs in Kenya. She served as the organization’s President; in 2014, she organized a volunteer trip, leading a group of eight UNC students to rural Kenya to complete Harambee projects. Marley graduated from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies. In her free time, Marley loves to travel, draw and attend music festivals with her friends.