Lovelee Brown, MD is the child of immigrant and military parents who empowered her to be the first in her family to attend both college and graduate school. Originally from Sacramento, California, she attended Stanford University for her undergraduate education. Knowing she wanted to pursue a career in medicine, Lovelee took opportunities to explore the political and social influences on health, health care and the health system. She proudly worked as a health policy fellow for Congresswoman Barbara Lee in Washington D.C. and completed a research Fulbright in S. Korea focusing on the gendered politics of food choices amongst elderly S. Korean diabetic patients. She ultimately completed her medical degree at Dartmouth Medical School where she was the chair of SNMA. Lovelee completed her Internal Medicine Residency at UCLA, in the primary track program where she led her department’s resident Equity, Diversity and Inclusion committee and became founded UCLA's Road to Residency Conference. She served as the Internal Medicine Primary Care Chief Resident and the inaugural Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Chief Resident from 2020-2023. During her chief year she founded and became the faculty advisor for the Minority Housestaff Organization.