Grace Jacobs is a PhD Candidate in the Institute of Medical Science. Her research uses structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to study brain circuitry and heterogeneity across youth experiencing mental illnesses. Grace has been actively involved in a number of science communication initiatives throughout her graduate degree such as the graduate student run Raw Talk Podcast and Pueblo Science Charity. For the last two years she has been the Executive Producer of Raw Talk Podcast, a podcast about diverse medical science topics featuring the journeys, perspectives, and expertise of faculty, professionals, students, and patients that has over 50k downloads and 81 episodes to date. She is also involved in her graduate community through the IMS Peer-to-Peer Mentorship Program and IMS Curriculum Committee. Together with fellow PhD Leaders Dustin & Lazar, Grace recently received the Faculty of Medicine Graduate Student Wellness Grant for a project that is using data collection, an app, and podcast workshop series to build student resilience and wellness.