Class of 2024
University Scholar

Hometown: Akron, Ohio

Major: Program II in Maternal Health and Developmental Biology

Hobbies: reproductive health, teaching group fitness, avid audiobook listener, hiking/cycling/running, volunteering/service, mentoring/tutoring, succulents/house plants, cooking

Keri is a junior from Akron, Ohio studying a Program II major in Maternal Health & Developmental Biology. She is interested in maternal and reproductive health, mental health, and the interactions between lifestyle factors, healthcare delivery, patient experience, and health outcomes. Outside of academics, Keri finds joy in teaching, tutoring/mentoring, and being active. Keri is president of The Flow, Duke’s student-run reproductive health journal and magazine, leads group fitness classes at Wilson Rec, and volunteers with FEMMES+, Notable Narratives, and Camp Kesem. Keri plans on attending medical school and is currently dreaming of being an emergency medicine or reproductive endocrinology & infertility physician, but her interests are dynamic and open; she is excited to see where her passions take her!