Keith Glover is a third year medical school student at Stanford University School of Medicine. He was born and raised in Long Beach, California and attended California State University of Long Beach, where he earned degrees in Biochemistry and Chemistry. While at Stanford, Keith has been the co-chair of Stanford American Indigenous Medical Students (SAIMS) for the past three years and community liaison of Student National Medical Association (SNMA). Currently, he is leading the Stanford University Minority Medical Alliance (SUMMA) conference, a conference that hosts 500 undergraduate students and is geared toward increasing the diversity in the health professions to better care for underserved communities. He has three goals as the co-leader of this course: First, enlighten students about the vast health care disparities the American Indians face. Second, learn from the diverse opinions and ideas of the students taking the class. Lastly, to inspire future leaders that seek to improve health disparities in communities such as those faced by Indian Country.