Haley Probst is currently a fourth-year medical student at the University of Wisconsin – School of Medicine and Public Health. Prior to attending medical school, Haley graduated from Marquette University, where she majored in Biomedical Sciences. She has been involved in AMSA for several years, both at a local and national level. At Marquette University’s AMSA chapter, she held multiple leadership roles before becoming the chapter’s president in her senior year of college.
More recently, she has engaged with AMSA at the national level. She served on one of the reference committees during the 2020 AMSA convention in April. This year she sought a leadership role on the Environmental Health Committee because outside of medicine, environmentalism is one of her biggest passions. Since starting her medical education, Haley has come to recognize the intersection between being a steward of the environment and human health. She hopes by serving on this committee that she can help other AMSA members and collaborating organizations to make the connection between health and our environment in order to one day help to improve the overall health of our communities.
In her free time, she enjoys hiking, plant-based cooking, and taking road trips.