On June 16, 2022, Dr. Kelli Jarrell, a SHECP alum, spoke about her work as a Social Emergency Medicine fellow, her development of the Social Emergency Medicine/Public Health Interest Group, and how her experience as a SHECP Intern impacted her professional life.
Kelli did her SHECP internship at So Others Might Eat (SOME) in Washington, DC in 2011. She is now a Social Emergency Fellow at the University of Cincinnati. While in Cincinnati, Kelli developed the Social Emergency Medicine/Public Health Interest Group and created a two-week elective for residents. In 2021, she was named Fellow of the Year by the Emergency Medicine Residents’ Association (EMRA).
Want to learn more about how Kelli’s poverty studies minor impacted her trajectory? Check out her essay from 2016 – “How the Shepherd Program Shaped My Medical Career.”