Rayna Sobieski is a fourth year medical student at the George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences. She is a graduate of Barnard College with a BA in Women's and Gender Studies. She is one of the founders of the Integrating Social Justice in Medicine Working Group, a group of students that seeks to advance the GW medical school curriculum to address issues related to health inequity and social determinants of health. Before starting medical school, Rayna worked as a Spanish language program assistant at Gyniuty Health Projects, a non- profit devoted to advancing women's access to lifesaving reproductive health technologies in resource-poor settings and underserved populations.
Meredith Trubitt is originally from Dallas, Texas. She attended the University of Richmond and majored in chemistry. She returned to Texas for medical school where she attended Texas Tech University Health Science Center-El Paso and concurrently completed her master’s in public health at the University of Texas. She is now starting her residency at GW in internal medicine. Her interests in health policy derive from the issues she encounters daily with her patients and mainly focus on cost-effective health care. In her free time, she enjoys exploring her new home city of Washington, DC and traveling abroad.