Kate Miele is a third-year medical student in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine who completed New York University′s Pre-health Post Baccalaureate Certificate Program, earned a Master’s degree in International Affairs from The New School, and graduated from the College of William and Mary with High Honors in East Asian Studies. She has seven years of professional nonprofit experience, including working in international reproductive health with EngenderHealth; global diplomacy with One To World; environmental advocacy with Green Corps; and grassroots community organizing in Kenya and India with GROOTS International. Her research interests are in the areas of unintended pregnancy and infectious diseases—she has most recently published on cost-effectiveness related to tuberculosis diagnostic modalities by health departments. In addition, Kate serves as the graduate student representative to the Johns Hopkins Social Determinants of Health Initiative and on the Student Outreach Resource Center Student Governing Board. She is a SOURCE Service Scholar for her work with Health Leads, a program that connects patients with health-related resources. Kate also presents on the Affordable Care Act through her work with the Domestic Health Policy Interest Group and Doctors for America, and works with many other organizations dedicated to generally do-gooding in the Baltimore area.