Our team

  • Julian HinsonTeam Captain

    Julian Hinson is currently pursuing a medical doctorate at Meharry Medical College while developing both visual media and healthcare technology as a vehicle of care for the underserved. His path to medicine includes a 2010 B.A. in Chemistry and French language from Hope College, as well as a year-long internship as an emergency medical scribe in two ‘Twin Cities’ hospitals. He currently serves as the copy editor for Meharry‘s PULSE newsletter and recently joined the writing staff of MDlingo.com

    Julian is passionate about applying the principles of ‘design thinking’ to the field of medicine, and when not in the clinic – he can usually be found pointing his camera or pen at the inspiring young-professionals he calls “The UnDetourred”. You can find both his and their stories at apptlychosen.wordpress.com.

  • Jay-Sheree AllenTeam Member

    Jay-Sheree Allen is a 3rd year medical student at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, TN. She currently serves as the Student Vice President to Alumni Affairs in the Student Government and is the Community Service Chair for the Student National Medical Association (SNMA). She graduated from The City College of the City University of New York (CUNY) in May 2011 with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Magna Cum Laude.

    She is the Founder and visionary behind the 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, Women of Excellence, Strength & Tenacity, Incorporated (WEST) whose mission is to empower young women to develop their strengths and leadership abilities and live up to their highest potential. She fulfilled a one year commitment with Jumpstart Americorps in New York City and taught biology and chemistry classes in Tanzania, Africa to over 150 young women in a Girls Empowerment Science Camp.


  • Andrew MarshallTeam Member

    Andrew Marshall is a medical student at Meharry Medical College and a member of the graduating class of 2015. He is an Ingram Scholarship Recipient, and at this time he serves as President for the Medical Class of 2015. In May 2010 he graduated from Oakwood University in Huntsville, AL with a B.S. in Computer Science.

    Andrew is a tinkerer, programmer, athlete, gamer, and future ER physician. Hailing from the small island of Barbados, he now calls Nashville home. He loves to travel, and enjoys the occasional game of tennis. Having worked before medical school as a Software Engineer, he has a specific interest in medical technologies and hopes to one day use them to revolutionize medicine in the developing world.