Over the course of her career, reproductive health professional Dr. Marsha Bievre Baker has contributed to her field as both a scholar and a clinician. She entered the medical field following undergraduate study at the University of Chicago, where she participated a number of community outreach initiatives. Involved in the Sistafriends organization, which offered support to African-American female students, Dr. Marsha Bievre Baker also volunteered as an advocate to rape victims through the YMCA and as a mentor through the Clever Girls pregnancy prevention program.
Dr. Marsha Bievre Baker graduated from the University of Chicago with honors and entered the university’s Pritzker School of Medicine via early acceptance. She went on to distinction as a National institutes of Health predoctoral fellow, as well as recipient of the Endocrine Society Travel Award and a National Health Service Corps scholarship recipient. Later granted third place honors in the national United States Secretary’s Award for Innovations in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention competition, she has also earned recognition as an outstanding resident teacher and patient advocate. Most recently, she received first place in the Pacific Coast Reproductive Society In-Training Scholarship competition.