Griffin Matthew studies how mobile phones, software programs, social media, and other forms of technology can be leveraged to support health care systems in the great lakes region of Africa. She has worked with the Kaiser Family Foundation to help develop BET's Greater Than AIDS campaign. In 2009, she worked with FACE AIDS to create a community health radio program in Rwanda. Griffin competed for the Stanford Track and Field team for four years, and is currently training for the 2012 London Olympics. As an athlete, Griffin is also very interested in the various ways that sports can be used as a low-cost high impact tool in peace-building efforts. Griffin is currently working with TeachAIDS to create a new research-based, culturally relevant, HIV animation tutorial that will be launched throughout Rwanda in 2012.