London serves as the Program Coordinator for the UCLA Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Pathways to Success Program. Pathways is a 4-year, honors-level, program that supports students from diverse backgrounds who are majoring in the Life Sciences. London works directly with the Dean of Life Sciences to conduct admission interviews, implement program components, evaluate program outcomes, help students get involved in research, serve as an advisor, match students with mentors, and support their career goals and aspirations. Many of the students who have gone through the program, go on to PhD, MD, and MD/PhD programs. In addition to this work, she also helps the Dean on special projects to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion within the Division of Life Sciences. Recently, London was accepted into the UCLA Higher Education PhD Program where she will be focusing her studies on how to better support Black students and student-athletes in STEM. Before her current position, she worked as a research and evaluation intern at the UCLA School of Public Health to help analyze the quality of life of breast cancer survivors. She also worked in the UCLA Undergraduate Research Center for the Sciences, where she served as the Program Representative for PEERS, a 2-year program developed to support underrepresented students majoring in the Life Sciences and Physical Sciences.