||I am a veteran of the firm's 2019 summer program and recipient of Foley Hoag's inaugural Charles J. Beard, II Diversity Fellowship. I recently completed my second year at Duke University School of Law, where I am president of the Health Law Society and director of programming for the Black Law Students Association. I earned a B.S. in Neuroscience from Bates College in 2018, and was a junior advisor at Bates College Residence Life and served as a peer mentor to first-year students, advising on academic and social issues and mediating conflicts, and facilitating programs on self-defense, social activities, and book discussions. I have also interned with Oasis Free Clinics in Brunswick, Maine, shadowing healthcare professionals at a clinic offering free medical and dental services, and participated in a pre-medical program at the University of Texas Health Science Center.