I had read about a group of chiropractic nuns
while I was in high school who were doing a service trip. At that point I knew I wanted to become a
chiropractor and I hadn’t thought about using those skills outside of a private practice setting. And so, that kind of prompted me to think
about my role in the world as a privileged citizen and that I could leverage that privilege
to help others. And so, global health just seemed like a natural fit. I also do quite a bit of community health as well. And so, to me, global health is kind of community
health around the world. How can we help support communities that are
underserved with the style of medicine that we have? And, ultimately, it became a moral question
for me in terms of making sure that I am doing my part to make a better world that I want to live in.