Chinonso Ekeanyanwu received a Bachelor of Science in Honours Science with a minor in Psychology at the University of Waterloo. Chinonso graduated with Honours and was the Faculty of Science Valedictorian. During her undergraduate studies, Chinonso co-founded the Black Medical Leaders of Tomorrow, where she worked to promote racial equity and access to healthcare. Currently she attends Western Law, where she received the Fasken-Icon Talent Scholarship and the 2021 Bereskin & Parr LLP Scholarship. During the summer of 2022, Chinonso worked at the Western Community Legal Services Clinic, representing marginalized and low-income communities in London, and acquiring litigation experience. She is currently the president of the Western Intellectual Property Association and this year served as the National Moot Director of the Julius Alexander Isaac Moot, the largest student-run moot in Canada, organized by the Black Law Students’ Association of Canada. In her spare time, Chinonso enjoys baking cheesecakes, reading, and roller skating.