In 2012, after graduating from Arizona State University with a Bachelor’s in Genetics, Cells & Developmental Biology, Jeffery traveled to Posada Azul, Honduras on a medical brigade trip and developed a strong desire to improve health equity among underserved and vulnerable populations. To learn more about health care delivery and health disparities in Arizona, Jeffery pursued a Master’s of Public Health at the University of Arizona Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health and graduated in 2017. He currently works for the University of Arizona Primary Preventive Mobile Health Unit in Phoenix as a Health Educator & Promotion Professional and travels with a group of interprofessional students and promatoras across Phoenix to deliver preventive health screenings and health education to underserved and vulnerable Hispanic communities. Jeffery is also completing a Master’s in Clinical Translational Science at the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix in collaboration with Mayo Clinic Hospital-Phoenix and is co-founder of Street Medicine Phoenix, an initiative implemented to focus on meeting the unmet needs of people experiencing homelessness within the Phoenix area. Jeffery plans to continue his education by attending medical school and he aspires to be a U.S. military physician to improve the quality and delivery of mental health services among active military personnel and veterans.