Elizabeth Wiley is honored to serve as Immediate Past President of the
American Medical Student Association (AMSA). Liz is a graduate of
George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. A
native of Nashville, she received a B.A. in philosophy and women’s
studies from Smith College.
After completing her undergraduate
degree, Liz spent two years teaching middle school in Detroit as a Teach
for America corps member. She then earned both a J.D. and M.P.H. in
health policy from the University of Michigan.
Prior to beginning
medical school, Liz spent a year in Norway conducting health policy
research with the generous support of a Fulbright grant. She has
previously served on the the National Resident Matching Program’s Board
of Directors and currently serves on AMSA’s Board of Trustees and the
AMSA Foundation’s Board of Directors.
Committed to primary care,
Liz aspires to a career as a physician advocate and hopes to practice
medicine in one of our nation's community health centers.
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