I'm a first-generation Haitian American who was born and raised in a diverse immigrant community in Brooklyn, NY. I received a Psychology degree from Cornell University but yearned for my childhood dream of becoming a physician. During my postbaccalaureate program, I worked as a front desk receptionist at community clinics in Boston, MA. This experience confirmed my choice to become a primary care physician in an underserved community. I was drawn to the Warren Alpert Medical School and Brown Family Medicine program due to their commitment to diversity and their strong ties to and advocacy for the communities of Providence, Pawtucket, and beyond. During my time at Brown, I served as a student leader for the San Miguel tutoring program and as a sex ed teacher for adolescents in Central Falls. I hope to continue my community engagement during his residency. My Family Medicine interests include immigrant health, cognitive behavioral therapy, gender affirming care, and full spectrum inclusive primary care. During my free time, I like to build Lego sets, go hiking, and to go on adventures with my partner and our dog Oakley.