Jen's Winning Design
Keeping in mind the spirit of the original D.O. GOOD design released in Spring of 2021, Jen didn't just give the design a facelift but instead decided to expand up on what it means to "D.O. GOOD". Her design reminds us to D.O. GOOD, and be PROUD of it! All of us here at SOMA Foundation agree with Jen in saying we are proud of our Osteopathic training and are ready to go out into the medical world and use it to D.O. GOOD!
If you love this design as much as we do (which I already know you do) be on the lookout for limited merchandise featuring the logo at future conferences!
School: Midwestern University, Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, Class of 2024
Hometown: Shakopee, MN
I’m a complete foodie! Love trying foods from different cultures and (trying) to cook it at home.
I love hiking! My favorite hike has been backpacking through the North Cascades in the PNW.
Yoga. Specifically hot yoga! Love feeling like a grape going in and coming out feeling like a well centered raisin.
Imitating statues in museums (please see pictures for reference)
OBGYN! It is the only rotation where I did not mind waking up before the sunrise because I absolutely loved what I was doing on rotation. There’s nothing like the experience of being there for the birth of a baby and watching a family grow. I love the comprehensive scope of OBGYN which enables me to take care of women from adolescence to menopause both medically and surgically.
Favorite Experience During Rotations:
On my cardiology rotation I met a 102-year-old woman who lit up the room with her personality. After her visit I asked her what her secret was to looking amazing and being so happy. She replied, “I don’t hate anyone, I only have love in my heart.” I gave her the tightest hug and think about her often.
Looking Forward to During 4th Year Auditions/Match/Residency/Beyond:
I have moved every single year since my first year of undergrad so I am very hopeful that I can put roots down during residency. The thought of match and residency is equally terrifying and exhilarating because I’m training to take care of someone’s life. I’m mostly excited to grow in my knowledge and confidence in serving my community through medicine and continue my advocacy work that I’ve built with my time at SOMA.