What was anticipated to be my biggest year of racing yet, was thwarted by COVID. And as much of a bummer as that was, it’s been a blessing in disguise. I’ve been playing in the Northland all summer. I love my home. I’ve been dreaming of ways to invest in my place. I am happy to be here.
If you’re looking for some dry reading on oral health. Read my cumulative undergrad final research paper. I would like these ideas, this info out in the world.
I am still, entirely passionate about oral health for native populations as well as dental health reform and innovation. However, I’ve decided to postpone dental school a year or two in order to pursue a community endeavor for which I believe needs to start now. I’ve witnessed times become increasingly polarizing, and I want to bridge worlds as best I can. I have worked really hard as a cyclist to pull myself up over barriers I perceived and I feel an obligation to bring the rewards of that journey home. I am working on a fellowship.
Anyways, I’m going to do an ITT of the Colorado Trail at the end of July; I will post a letter of intent as it gets closer.