Miguel Peña is a first year Master in Public Policy candidate at Harvard Kennedy School. Before HKS, he attended medical school at Tufts University School of Medicine and Dartmouth College as a government major. While in College, he was a staff reporter of “The Dartmouth” – the college newspaper and volunteered in a health clinic in Nicaragua. He also studied abroad at the London School of Economics. In medical school, he worked as a Summer Analyst in Mexico’s Ministry of Health between his first and second year and examined the effectiveness of a pilot public-private partnership in the state of Hidalgo. He has also written original research and commentary in the Journal of the American College of Radiology, RadioGraphics and World Outlook: The Undergraduate Journal of International Affairs. Miguel is passionate about national healthcare policy and reducing the gaps in health outcomes for underserved communities particularly among the Latinx population.