Ese-Onosen Omoijuanfo is studying neuroscience and behavior with minors in philosophy and international development studies, and is a member of the Glynn Family Honors Program. She is also a Hesburgh-Yusko scholar. Omoijuanfo participated with the virtual HIV/AIDS WASH project through St. Francis that took place in Uganda. Since Omoijuanfo has been at Notre Dame she has gone on a mission trip with Global Medical Brigades and hopes to continue doing service work with non-profits throughout her time at Notre Dame. Omoijuanfo grew up in Benin, West Africa where her parents conducted non-profit work. She hopes to one day continue to conduct non-profit work in Benin and is interested in further exploring and researching how to sustainably and effectively do transformational non-profit work.