Lawren Wooten, MS
Student Division President
Lawren Wooten (she/her) is an MD student at Georgetown University SOM in Washington DC. She received her BS in Human Biology, Health and Society from Cornell University and her MS in Integrative Medicine from George Washington University SMHS. Lawren is an activist who can be found advocating on Capitol Hill for several causes including human rights, gun control and detention camp closure. She loves children and has worked with them in several settings including a DCFS residential facility and as an Americorps literacy tutor. Lawren is also a semi-professional cellist with ~25 years of experience/training and loves to play at the Children’s National. In addition to her role at AMWA, Lawren serves as Clinical Case Co-Chair for the American Academy of Pediatrics. In addition, she is a former social media committee member for the Women in Medicine Summit, medical student producer on the Nocturnists: Black Voices in Healthcare and Co-Founder/Co-Director of External Affairs for DC COVID Sitters. Lawren is a native Washingtonian and hopes to pursue pediatrics in DC.