Morgan Mandigo is a graduate of Harvard (BA ’04) and Oxford (MSc ’10) and is a fourth year medical student at University of Miami. She has a broad range of local and global experiences related to healthcare inequalities – from HIV and malaria vaccine research at the National Institutes of Health to directorship of two free clinics in Miami. Morgan also participated in earthquake relief efforts in Haiti, and has been involved with the development of community health worker programs and cervical cancer screening in Haiti. She is currently affiliated with Harvard Medical School and Partners in Health as a Paul Farmer Global Surgery Research Associate. As such, she is part of a team charged with developing sustainable surgical infrastructure in Haiti. Morgan plans to specialize in obstetrics and gynecology.