Sharon C. Enujioke is an adolescent medicine fellow with a passion for health disparities. Although born in Florida, she spent her childhood in Nigeria. After graduating from college, she volunteered for Americorps working in underserved areas in Atlanta, Georgia. She completed her medical school at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland. She then completed her pediatric residency at the Navy Medical Center in San Diego. After her residency, she served as a pediatrician in the Navy all over the world including Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Oceanside, CA, and Iwakuni, Japan. She also assisted in multiple humanitarian missions all over the world. During one of her deployments, it was noted that she had a passion for adolescents and was encouraged to pursue a fellowship in adolescent medicine. Sharon has found her passion in caring for the adolescent population and her areas of interest included health disparities, sexual health in those living with disabilities, global health, and ethical issues surrounding adolescent consent, confidentiality, and access to health. ?When she completes residency, Sharon will return to the navy to continue her work in adolescent health.