Hello everyone! My name is Danielle Flood. I was born in New York and grew up in New Jersey. I completed my undergraduate training at The College of New Jersey then worked for a year at a biotechnology company. My medical training was completed at Rutgers- Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. It was here, that I immersed myself in Promise Clinic, which is a student run free clinic for the uninsured, underrepresented and underserved populations of New Brunswick. I was both a student doctor and the co-founder of a committee dedicated to addressing and alleviating the social needs of our patients. It was in this setting that I learned the importance of advocating for health equity and social justice to provide more people with better long term health outcomes. I am also interested in reproductive health and providing people the opportunity to choose what is best for them at every chapter in their lives. I am passionate about providing healthcare for minorities and promoting diversity and equity. I chose Brown for it’s dedication to serving underserved and vulnerable populations so all people can have access to full spectrum, quality healthcare. Brown’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, health equity, advocacy and community engagement inspire me. I look forward to practicing with this group of outstanding individuals!