Since Connor was young, his intuition consistently informed him that solving complex challenges in health care was a major life goal of his. After pursuing a degree in public health at the University of South Carolina, Connor accepted his first job with Cerner Corporation, where he worked on electronic medical record (EMR) implementations in rural hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, and large health systems. Many of his projects included advising health executives on strategic and appropriate customizations to EMRs. A desire to have a different impact led him to pursue his master’s in health administration at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and he is the 2019-2020 Administrative Resident at the MedStar Institute for Innovation (MI2) and MedStar Emergency Physicians. During his free time, he enjoys being outdoors, exercising, reading, international travel, and socializing with friends and family.