Sommer Aldulaimi is a native Tucsonan who graduated from the University of Arizona’s South Campus Family Medicine Program, with her last year as Chief Resident. She completed her undergraduate degree in physiology at the University of Arizona. She continued on to complete medical school at the U of A, with a special focus in global health and serving the underserved. She did several rural, underserved, and global health rotations including trips to Mexico and Honduras. She was also a leader in the Commitment to Underserved People Program. During residency, Sommer started a global health track at South Campus and worked with mentors and other residents to develop the curriculum for the track. She completed the track with a rotation in rural Ecuador. During residency, she also had special interests in OB, pediatrics, underserved medicine and teaching. After residency, she worked in rural Alaska practicing full spectrum medicine. She is now doing inpatient, outpatient and OB; and she is a faculty member/mentor for the global health track. Her focus as faculty for the residency will be on education, global health, community medicine and OB.