Kristina King, MD focused on English Literature while earning her undergraduate degree from the University of British Columbia and graduated from medical school in 2015. Kristy is currently pursuing a full-spectrum, rural, Family Medicine residency through a University of Washington Rural Training Program near Olympia, Washington. Kristy attended both Naturopathic and Oriental Medical College before deciding to pursue a conventional medical education. While in medical school, Kristy served as the American Medical Student Association’s Integrative Medicine Coordinator, and as Student Director for the Leadership and Education Program for Students in Integrative Medicine (LEAPS). Kristy is dedicated to the promotion of integrative healthcare for all and her co-founding of International Integrators reflects that interest. She is also a current Fellow at the University of Arizona’s Center for Integrative Medicine.