Throughout my training and education, I have been striving to help people help themselves and nudge the healthcare systems to become more efficient. I believe that bettering the population's numeracy and medical literacy will reduce financial and human costs. I believe that one cannot hate someone they understand. Therefore I am striving to help other people walk in my patients' shoes. I am the vocal advocate for single moms, mentally unwell (declared or not), minorities, the underrepresented. I dream of a society that is evolved enough not to judge but understands where people are coming from. A society that acknowledges that it is everyone's responsibility to make wise mind decisions.
Education & Training
Sanford Healthcare - Leadership Academygraduate, Leading the Way - Leadership in Healthcare training, 2015 - 2016
Yale School of Public HealthMaster, Public Health, 2011 - 2013