Adaeze is a foundation doctor with an interest in obstetrics & gynaecology and community sexual health. She has had a passion for tackling health inequalities and increasing the diversity of medical school teaching since her first year of medical school. There, she was directly involved in the inclusion of signs and symptoms of dermatological manifestations in different skin types in the pre-clinical curriculum. Since then Adaeze has had various roles in organisations such as the BMA and MWF where she is currently Editor of the Medical Woman magazine and trustee. Adaeze enjoys medical writing and has written a number of articles regarding public health issues. In her free time, Adaeze likes reading, crocheting and taking part in different forms of dance.