Hi! I was born and raised in western Kentucky. For college, I played soccer for Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi where I studied Biochemistry and French. After college, I received a Rotary Ambassadorial scholarship to study French Literature at the Sorbonne in Paris, France. I received my medical degree from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. While there, I helped start a Health Equity Scholars program focusing on the intersection of global health work and local community involvement. In medical school, I spent time learning about Social Medicine in Haiti, and training Village Health teams in Uganda. Back in D.C. I co-managed our medical student run community health clinic and collaborated on research with the NIH-National Cancer Institute. I am so happy to have moved west! From hiking in the redwood forests, camping (in Napa valley!), happy hours with my co-interns, and enjoying SF, California and Stanford have proven to be a perfect match. The residents, faculty, and staff have overwhelmed me with support, kindness and incredible teaching. I am so grateful to be training here at Stanford.