Max K. Clary is pursuing an MD at Stanford School of Medicine.
Max earned his bachelor’s degree in Chemistry at Lewis & Clark College as a Pamplin Honor Society Fellow and his MPH in Global Health at the George Washington University. He has worked on several global health projects in India, Pakistan and East Africa. He is the founder of several impact-centered organizations such as Organic Route, a company aimed at improving agricultural supply chains and the distribution of healthy foods in rural areas of East Africa.
Max dreams of pursuing a dual MD/MBA degree and eventually utilizing his background in business, public health and medicine to create innovative healthcare solutions that are equitable, prevention-focused and individually-tailored.
Honors & Awards
Klingenstein Fellow, Klingenstein Medical Student Fellowship Program (2022)
Delta Omega Inductee, Delta Omega Public Health Honor Society (2022)
Albert Schweitzer Fellow, Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (2022)
Phi Beta Kappa Fellow, Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society (2018)
Pamplin Honor Society Fellow, Lewis & Clark College (2015 - 2018)
Valedictorian, The Dublin School (2014)