Holly is a second-year medical student at New York Medical College and holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Society with a minor in Nutrition and Health from Cornell University. Holly is passionate about improving community health. She volunteers at soup kitchens and food pantries and has served as an AmeriCorps VISTA member at a statewide anti-hunger non-profit. As an undergraduate, Holly hosted many large community events through student government organizations and chaired discussions regarding international issues including women’s health, environmental policy, and disease through Model United Nations and the International Affairs Society. Her interest in global health led her to participate in the Rotary Exchange Program in Spain, the US Department of State Language Initiative in Russia, and research at the National University of Singapore. In addition to her involvement in AMSA, Holly participates in her medical school’s health policy roundtable discussions and conducts research at Westchester Medical Center. Holly began her involvement in AMSA as the NYMC AMSA Community Health Committee First-Year Representative. She is excited to serve at the national level as the Community and Public Health Programming Coordinator. Holly is passionate about raising awareness of public health issues and encouraging others to give back to their communities as they continue on their path toward becoming physicians.