Greetings! My name is Kethelyne and I grew up in Northern Virginia. For undergraduate education, I went to a small liberal arts and sciences school called Randolph-Macon College in central Virginia, where I majored in Biology and French and worked heavily in a local free clinic. I went to Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, VA, and while there I was very involved in the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) as Region VI Treasurer, National Speaker of the House, and National Community Service Co-Chairperson throughout my 4 years. I also worked closely with the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) as the SNMA student liaison to the AAFP. I am very excited to be moving to Rhode Island and hope to continue to be involved and active while in the Ocean State. I am also passionate about brainstorming innovative solutions in the healthcare setting and serving the community--local, national, and international. Fun Fact: I also speak Haitian Creole!