Cheryl Mulor, from Siaya, Kenya, is pursuing a master’s degree in civil and environmental engineering with a focus in sustainable design and construction at Stanford School of Engineering. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering. Cheryl plans to apply her graduate degree to research sustainable building materials and designs for rural communities and slum residents in Kenya and other developing countries. She aspires to eventually start a design and construction company to provide these housing solutions. She interned at CG Schmidt, a general contractor in Madison. At UW-Madison, she was part of the King-Morgridge Scholarship, a program that sponsors talented students from different parts of the world, who are driven to give back to their communities. She was part of the 2020 Clinton Global Initiative cohort and cofounded Imhotech, a startup that aims to create an electronic medical record keeping system suited for health facilities in African countries.