Amy Li, originally from Panjin, China, is pursuing a master’s degree in community health and prevention research at Stanford School of Medicine. She graduated from the University of Calgary, earning bachelor’s degrees in neuroscience and medicine. She is the co-founder and the executive director of Outrun the Stigma, the largest student-led nonprofit mental health awareness organization in Canada. She was a project lead for a quality improvement project at Alberta Health Services, a student clinician at the Mosaic Refugee Clinic, and chaired the Canadian Federation of Medical Students’ Government Advocacy Committee. At the University of Calgary, she founded the Mental Health Alliance, Distress Centre on Campus Club, and the Brainiacs Club. She was one of two students selected nationally for the Canadian Medical Association Young Leader Award, and was the recipient of the University of Calgary’s PURE Research Award.