In Chapter 2 of 9 in her 2011 Capture Your Flag interview with host Erik Michielsen, non-profit founder and executive Louise Davis Langheier highlights the role of social justice in her work providing health education to high school students. She notes how social justice ensures all people have the same opportunities to succeed and how empowering individuals to make their own decisions and pursue their own dreams enables it. Langheier is founder and CEO of Peer Health Exchange (http://www.peerhealthexchange.com ), a non-profit that trains college students to teach health education in public high schools. She graduated Yale University with a B.A. in History and serves on the board of directors of Dwight Hall at Yale, the center for public service and social justice.