Georgia Graham, M.D.
Georgia was born in St. Louis, Missouri, and raised in the nearby community of Rolla, Missouri. She entered the combined BA/MD six-year medical school program at the University of Missouri-Kansas City directly following high school. As a student, she served as Co-President of the OB/GYN Interest Group and conducted research in the field of sexually transmitted diseases which resulted in a poster presentation at the Infectious Disease Society of America’s ID Week in 2014. Georgia has received the Gold Award and lifetime membership from Girl Scouts of the USA due to her commitment to community service. She describes herself as an outdoor adventurer, citing three years of month-long expeditions to Canada and Wisconsin and her enjoyment of snow skiing, horseback riding, and tennis.