Cerella Craig is a Research Assistant II at the SEICHE Center for Health and Justice at Yale School of Medicine. Cerella’s role with the Transitions Clinic Network – Post Incarceration Addiction Treatment, Healthcare and Social Support (TCN PATHS) research team is a continuation of her commitment to supporting health equity among marginalized populations. She is a mother of two and considers herself a lifelong student and social justice advocate. In 2021, Cerella founded Onward and Upward Job and Career Services LLC, which provides resume writing, and job placement services. Cerella is an active member of the Pediatric Innovation Initiative’s Community Leadership Council. She holds a BS in Health and Social Inequalities from the University of Connecticut, and an MPH from Southern Connecticut State University.