A New York native who grew up right outside the city in Rockland County. She completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology at Binghamton University. She then went on to complete her medical degree at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, where she served as president of the Student National Medical Association. During residency, at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center, she served as chief resident, curriculum co-chair for the Graduate Medical Education Working Group for Racial Justice and developed a curriculum for Racism in Medicine. Personal interests include preventive care, women’s health and in-office procedures. When not at work, she likes to try new restaurants, spend time with family and travel.