Are you GAME? This year at RISE 2016, a group of students presented the innovative project: Girls Access Menstruation Education and placed as finalists! GAME is a unique model coalescing the best practices of feminine hygiene intervention in the developing world into a comprehensive, eco-friendly, long-term, sustainable program. Focusing on product distribution, affordable access, social enterprise, and community health-based agents, the team pioneered a project to implement in communities where these services have not been available before. “We are excited to have this research honored at RISE to highlight the importance of social scientist voices and human-centered design in the field of research innovation,” Martha Durkee-Neuman (Human Services ’18) a GAME Developer added. This project was sponsored by Dr. Robin Chandler and her class Gender in the African Diaspora.