Deanna Lewis is a Renaissance woman. A graduate of Stanford’s Primary Care Associate Program her emphasis in health care has always been medically under-served patient populations, with the goal of increasing access to health and wellness services. She is the founder of Dequenesh Community Clinic and has been a physician assistant for ten years. She completed her MBA at the U of A Eller School of Management, and completed two years as a U of A/NASA Space Grant Fellow for Photovoltaic Outreach & Education. She is a forth year doctoral student at the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health working in the domain of transdisciplinary research and how it applies to problem-solving and sustainability. Her summers are spent in Africa and Central America working on pressing issues such as sustainable and human development. She is an avid hiker and trail runner, incredible soap maker, loves Tumamoc Hill, teaching, and problem-solving.