Year at Medical Partnership
Undergrad Location & Graduation Year
University of Georgia, 2020
B.S. Biology, B.A. Women’s Studies
Any gap years? If so, what did you do?
I took one gap year, during which I worked at 3 Athens non-profits: Project Safe Domestic Violence Shelter, Athens Anti-Discrimination Movement, and Jeannette Rankin Women’s Scholarship Fund. Each of these places hold a special place in my heart, as I will always be an activist and advocate first. I’m very grateful I was able to spend my time helping people and investing in my other passions before coming to medical school!
Specialties of Interest
OB/GYN, Psychiatry, Family Medicine
Bio: tell us about yourself
I was born and raised in rural Georgia, and I attended UGA for undergraduate, graduating with degrees in Biology and Women’s Studies. During my time at UGA, I grew my interests in activism in my many fields, including relationship and sexual violence prevention and trauma-informed care. I want to continue to use those passions in my medical career, advocating for my patients in the patient room and the community. Currently, I am an M2 liaison for the FM/OBGYN and Trauma-Informed Care interest groups, and I am also involved in Young Physicians Initiative (YPI).
Outside of work and school, I enjoy reading, taking walks, gardening, fashion, cooking, and art! I love discovering new places to eat, and my goal is to have eaten in every restaurant in Athens by the time I leave. I’m a huge plant gal and love obsessing over my plants, so if you’re searching for someone to swap plants with, find me on campus! 🙂