Lillie Reed, from Greenville, North Carolina, is pursuing an MD at Stanford School of Medicine. As a B.N. Duke scholar at Duke University, Lillie graduated summa cum laude and with distinction with bachelor’s degrees in psychology and global health. Lillie also completed a post-baccalaureate program at Johns Hopkins University. In college, Lillie worked as a gender-based violence counselor and assisted with violence prevention interventions on campus and within local Latinx communities. She directed a community service organization, created a cross-campus social justice initiative, and helped develop an online counseling resource. She interned at Sangath in India and The Rales Center in Baltimore. After graduating, Lillie helped develop policies and curricula with the Pan-American Health Organization. Lillie was awarded a Global Health Corps fellowship, during which time she created a nationwide communications strategy for Malawi’s largest non-governmental healthcare provider. Working with the DREAMS Partnership in Zambia, Lillie coordinated girls’ empowerment and HIV prevention programs, and developed an initiative promoting boys’ activism for gender equality. Lillie has worked on health research and programs in the US, Ecuador, Liberia, South Africa, and Nicaragua.