Elizabeth Frank is a fourth year at the University of Chicago. She is majoring in the History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Science and Medicine, with a specialization in Global Health and a minor in Biology. Elizabeth is a co-founder of MealFlour, a social enterprise to build mealworm farms made from recycled materials that manufacture a protein rich flour in the heart of crowded urban areas. She was inspired to start MealFlour from her values in improving public health through flexible, sustainable, and most importantly, community centered and engaging, solutions. Elizabeth is currently finishing her clinical research on Household Air Pollution in Ibadan, Nigeria, where she worked in 2015. After graduation, she will be stating the pilot for MealFlour in Guatemala and then moving to New Delhi, India where she will be working with local NGOs for road safety.