Dnika Joseph is originally from the islands of Trinidad and Tobago. Dnika received her B.S. in Biology from Berry College in Georgia. She went on to UAB to complete her Masters of Public Health in Maternal and Child Health Leadership and Policy, as well as a Certificate in Global Health and Masters of Science in Biomedical and Health Sciences. During her MPH, Dnika completed her Public Health training with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, and the Minority Health International Research Traineeship in Ghana. Dnika currently serves as the Game Changer Program Manager at Birmingham AIDS Outreach. Within her job, she is the Intake Team Lead ensuring the smooth transition from Outreach to Case Management, as well as the data collection from the Behavioral Assessments. In addition, Dnika plays a role in promoting PrEP to the community. Outside of work, Dnika is a sis-mo and pet parent. She also volunteers on the board of the American Cancer Society, and the Central Alabama Caribbean American Organization. Dnika plans to complete her Physician Assistant degree in the future.