I grew up in San Diego, studied public health and public policy during my undergraduate career at the University of California, Berkeley and then worked in domestic healthcare consulting in the employer-sponsored insurance space at Mercer for a few years in San Francisco before coming back to school.
At Mercer, I focused on initiatives to help employers manage the health of their employees, often through digital health startups. Moving forward, I’m really interested in how technology or other innovative approaches can be leveraged to improve the efficiency and delivery of equitable healthcare access on a global level.
At Kenan-Flagler, I’m involved with the Healthcare Club, Net Impact, CWIB and the MBA Impact Investing Network & Training (MIINT) program. I’m also a co-chair of the Gillings Student Global Health Committee. In my free time, I love to play soccer, cook and explore breweries and coffee shops in the Triangle.