Erika Eleanor Lynn-Green awarded Warren Memorial High Scholarship Prize
Erika Eleanor Lynn-Green has balanced her passion for the humanities with her deep interest in bioethics and the disparities in health and healthcare. In her role as the advocacy chair of the Yale Hunger and Homelessness Action Project, she helped launch the founding team for a Yale-student-run youth shelter in New Haven. Elected to Phi Beta Kappa in her Junior year, Ms. Lynn-Green was awarded a Marshall scholarship last December. She graduates summa cum laude with distinction in her major, English.
She will pursue degrees in global health systems theory and policy as well as development and global health at Queen Mary, University of London.
In recognition of her extraordinary achievements, Yale College is proud to award the Warren Memorial High Scholarship Prize this year to Erika Eleanor Lynn-Green.