Megan Alexander is a resident doctor in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Baylor College of Medicine. Originally from Las Vegas, NV, she completed her undergraduate degree at Stanford University and her Masters in Community Health and Prevention Research at Stanford School of Medicine. She earned her medical doctorate from Boston University School of Medicine, where she was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Society and graduated cum laude. Her passion for lifestyle medicine began in high school. Upon understanding the extent to which common, debilitating conditions can be improved and prevented through lifestyle, she made lasting personal changes and gains immense fulfillment from sharing the power of these changes with others. Her mission is to support others in maintaining their greatest asset–their health. Over the years, this has taken the form of working to reform undergraduate medical education through the addition of peer-reviewed lifestyle medicine graduation competencies–a set of lifestyle medicine competencies that all doctors must demonstrate upon graduation, contributing to the Lifestyle Medicine: Improving Women’s Health Across the Lifespan textbook, and leading nutrition cooking workshops. When not at the hospital advocating for patient-centered reproductive health, find her walking Houston’s Hermann Park, meal prepping, or gathering a group to try the next restaurant on her bucket list