Amber graduated from The University of Vermont in May, 2019, with a B.S in Animal Science. She spent a lot of time traveling during her undergraduate degree learning different components of animal medicine as well as researching Staphylococcus aureus for three years. She defended a thesis on the effect of essential oils to inhibit the growth of S. aureus (a major organism in mastitis) and received a Distinguished Undergraduate Research award as well. After traveling to Botswana, Africa her senior year, she became interested in birthing practices and women’s health around the world. She is honored to be a part of Vermont Gynecology’s inclusive and welcoming health care. She is eager to learn about women’s health from the compassionate providers and medical assistants as well as contribute her medical knowledge to the team. In the future, she plans to apply to Medical school to become an OB/GYN or become a Nurse Midwife. In her free time Amber likes to practice hot yoga, mountain bike, hike, travel and spend time with her two cats, Louie and Finn.