Sylvie Wilson is a Program Coordinator for the Environmental Justice Team at Black Women for Wellness. Sylvie primarily coordinates on the Beauty Justice side of the environmental justice program.
Sylvie holds a Bachelor’s degree in neuroscience with a focus on neuropharmacology and neuroendocrinology from Pitzer College. At Pitzer, she immersed herself in understanding biological outcomes resulting from a variety of environmental chemical exposures.
She is completing a Master’s of Science degree in Population, Family, and Reproductive Health with a focus on Women’s, Sexual and Reproductive health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Sylvie’s interests lay in the intersection between sexual, perinatal, and maternal health & neuroendocrinology, specifically in the context of reproductive justice, environmental justice, and bodily autonomy.
Sylvie values work that shines light on disparities systemically inflicted on Black communities. She aims to empower others through education and community interaction to increase autonomy for Black women and girls. In her free time she enjoys swimming in the ocean, practicing yoga, rock climbing and reading everything and anything.