Sierra Weingartner ’17
Albright Fellow 2016

Sierra Weingartner
Sierra is a junior majoring in biology with an emphasis in pre-medical sciences.

Over the summer of 2015, Sierra worked as a counselor at Camp Stand By Me, an overnight summer camp for individuals with severe mental and physical disabilities. Her role at camp included performing personal care tasks and managing the behavioral needs of her campers. In Boston, Sierra researches through the MIT Global Health and Medical Humanities Initiative on a project that follows the ongoing global eradication of the Guinea Worm. She is also a member of Alpha Phi Sigma Lecture Society and an avid learner of the Spanish language. In the future, Sierra hopes to a pursue in pediatric medicine, with an emphasis in global public health.