Personal Summary: I was born and raised in beautiful Southern Idaho. Growing up I could be found in the gym playing volleyball or basketball. I was lucky enough to pursue my dream of playing collegiate volleyball at the University of Idaho. This is when I was first introduced to the Pacific Northwest and fell in love with the area. I graduated from U of I with a Bachelor of Science in microbiology. After graduation, I had the opportunity to complete an internship in the emergency department at Kootenai Health. I was then accepted to the University of Washington School of Medicine. In my free time, I enjoy traveling and being active. Some of my favorite countries include Morocco, Indonesia, and Spain. I love exploring new cultures, playing volleyball or basketball, hiking, and cruising on my road bike.
Professional Summary: I graduated from the University of Idaho with a Bachelor of Science in microbiology and a minor in psychology. I then attended the University of Washington School of Medicine to pursue my MD. Through volunteering at free clinics, participating in the University of Washington’s Rural Underserved Opportunities Program in a small Idaho community, and appreciating the parallels of the world of volleyball to a career in full-spectrum family medicine, I realized early in my medical training I aspired to care for individuals in sickness and health through treatment and prevention education. My particular career interests include sports medicine, women’s health, and behavioral health. I look forward to serving you and the beautiful communities of North Idaho.