As COVID-19, continues to be a concern across our country and the world, Dr. Kemi Babagbemi has taken these concerns seriously and has worked diligently to prevent the spread of the virus and being a strong advocate for vaccination. Leveraging her participation as a volunteer in phase 3 clinical trials for the COVID 19 vaccine development, Dr. Babagbemi has become a vaccine educator and ambassador. As a preceptor for the for the COVID 19 Community Education and Empowerment Internship Program, a join initiative of Weill Cornell Medicine, Columbia University, SUNY Downstate, Einstein College of Medicine, Mount Sinai Health System and New York University, she has helped trained over 800 premedical STEM students from underrepresented and disadvantaged groups. Students were trained on basic virology and vaccinology. In addition, as part of the COVID 19 Speaker Bureau at Weill Cornell Medicine, she has led several town halls about COVID 19 vaccines across local, regional, national, and international communities. These include events at Cornell Advancing Science and Policy Organization, Cornell Health Education and Research Program, New York Public Library, The Wellness Collaborative, Union Capital Boston, New Destiny Housing, Health Profession Recruitment Exposure Program, St. Augustine's College, Holy Child College, among others.