Originally from the suburbs of Dallas, Texas, I didn't move too far from home to attend the University of Texas at Austin. I was originally a pre-medical student but pivoted into public health when I realized I wanted to make an impact in the healthcare system at a larger scale. After undergrad, I went to the Yale School of Public Health to get my Masters of Public Health, concentrating on Chronic Disease Epidemiology and Regulatory Affairs.
After school, I spent three years in Chicago working in healthcare analytics at CVS Health and Blue Health Intelligence. I loved developing the technical skills while working with data, but I wanted to have a more strategic impact in the industry, which is why I chose to attend business school. I came to Ross because of its focus on building a better world through business, as well as all the action-based learning opportunities. The University of Michigan's strengths in STEM were also attractive, because I knew I had access to amazing resources across the university.
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