Myra Tetteh, MPP, is a doctoral student in the Health Behavior and Health Education Department. Myra received her Masters of Public Policy in 2010 from the University of Michigan. She is currently the Co-Chair of the Active Living Work Group for the Detroit Food and Fitness Collaborative; as well as the Founder and Chair of the Detroit Complete Streets Coalition. Myra's research interests are understanding how the physical design of urban cmmunities impact the likelihood of urban community residents meeting appropriate physical activity levels critical for health. Specifically, she is interested in exploring how the factors in urban communities (e.g., violence, frequency of crosswalks, and other factors) impact a person's willingness and ability to be physically active.