I am an M.D/J.D. dual degree candidate, focusing on the intersection of healthcare and policy. I was previously a strategy consultant for a global consulting firm, where I advised large corporations on enterprise performance and workflow success. I earned my J.D. in 2017, and am now completing my medical degree. My scholarship is focused on how systemic changes to healthcare affect the realities of actual patient care and societal health outcomes. Specifically, I draw upon my clinical training, legal education, and background in strategy to analyze the operational, political, and business frameworks that impact clinical medicine, innovation in healthcare, and health policy. I am an avid reader of non-fiction books, and enjoy writing, public speaking, and biking in my free time.