Kali Sullivan, MS1
Tufts University School of Medicine
Kali Sullivan is a first-year MD/MBAl student at Tufts University School of Medicine. She completed her undergraduate education at Georgetown University, where she studied Finance in the McDonough School of Business. During college, she volunteered at the Georgetown University MedStar Hospital, and then she worked as a medical assistant in surgical private practice. Kali became interested in environmental sustainability in college, and while working at the hospital and private practice, she was influenced by the amount of waste being produced and wanted to help make change. Since entering medical school, Kali has planned a 10-part speaker series to provide students with an opportunity to learn about environmental health, environmental justice and health care’s role in climate change. She will also be leading the Planetary Health Report Card effort this year for Tufts. Kali is excited to learn from other students in MS4SF about environmental sustainability and help in their efforts toward an environmentally just and sustainable health system.