Sophie Hurewitz is a fourth-year undergraduate student at Duke University studying Neuroscience, Global Health, and Child Policy Research. At Duke, she is an Alice M. Baldwin Scholar, a researcher at the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, and a member of an interdisciplinary research team working to fulfill the goals of the North Carolina Early Childhood Action Plan. She was awarded the 2020 Society of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics Exploring DBP award and the 2021 Child Health Services Research Student Scholarship related to her ongoing work in the field. Additionally, Sophie is the first undergraduate trainee in the history of the North Carolina Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disorders (NC-LEND) program. Sophie plans to become a developmental-behavioral pediatrician to combine her interests in clinical medicine, health policy, health services research, education policy, family advocacy, and child and adolescent development.