Yasmine Boudjadja is an intern with at TRANSNUT, working on the food costing, availability and quality field testing tool within the FEHNCY project. After earning a bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary health sciences from the University of Ottawa, she developed a particular interest to improve population health through a multidisciplinary lens, by looking at all determinants that can affect a population's health and wellbeing. The master's program in public health, global health option, broadened her perspective, and she developed a particular interest in the nutrition transition, public and international nutrition and she learned how to develop programs and policy briefs to effectively address food insecurity, especially among indigenous communities. Being highly involved in volunteer work with local community organizations, she has been able to acquire experience and cultural sensitivity towards vulnerable communities, children and parents and meet their specific needs. She is trilingual and originally from Algeria.