Alisha Kramer

Alisha Kramer

Meet Alisha Kramer, Jon Ossoff’s Doctor Wife – the Forward

Jon Ossoff’s election to the United States Senate has already spawned several joking tweets about drastically raised expectations for Jewish children. After all, if a 33-year-old documentary filmmaker with virtually no political experience can win a paradigm-shifting election, why are the rest of us just sitting around watching “Bridgerton?”

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Dr. Bahng received their Bachelor of Arts from NYU in Environmental Studies and Italian before completing a post-baccalaureate pre-medical program at Johns Hopkins University. They earned their medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine where they were leadership for the LGBT People in Medicine + Allies student group, the Gold Humanism Honor Society, and the Trauma Chaplain Shadowing program. Their medical interests include access to care for transgender patients, preterm labor/birth, and breast diseases. In their free time, Dr. Bahng is an avid cook/baker, a dancer with professional aspirations, and a video game enthusiast. (Source: med.emory.edu)

2. Kramer Testified Against Georgia’s ‘heartbeat Bill’ Before the State Senate in 2019

Ossoff is the one running for elected office but Kramer has also used her voice in the political sphere. In March 2019, Kramer testified before the Georgia State Senate alongside fellow gynecologist Preetha Nandi, who also attended Emory’s medical school. (Source: heavy.com)

4. Kramer Attended Georgetown University & Earned a Master’s Degree From the London School of Economics

Before embarking on her medical career, Kramer attended Georgetown University. She earned a bachelor’s degree in “Biology of Global Health” in 2012, according to her LinkedIn profile. As Heavy previously reported, Kramer also played Ultimate Frisbee at Georgetown and served as team captain of the Huckin’ Foyas. (Source: heavy.com)

Traveled Across Globe:

You don’t expect a person to be majoring in Global Health and not travel outside of their country. Kramer has studied as an international student in Denmark and has also organized research trips and lead delegations to different countries like Botswana, Switzerland, Ethiopia, South Africa, and Zambia. She has also worked in globally talked about fields like tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, and women’s health. (Source: www.zestvine.com)



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