Kyndall Donalson graduated from Yale University of New Haven, CT in May 2023. She holds a Bachelor's in History of Science, Medicine, and Public Health. She is also a graduate of Episcopal High School Class of 2019.
While attending Yale, Kyndall was very involved in the arts, performing in multiple different campus productions, including a production of The Wiz. She served as the musical director of Shades of Yale, one of Yale's premiere cappella groups dedicated to performing music of the African diaspora & African-American tradition for two years. She was a staff member at Yale's Afro-American Cultural Center and worked for the Yale College Dean's Office as a lead Communication and Consent Educator. Kyndall also did extensive research into health disparities for marginalized identities in New Haven and beyond.
Since graduating, Kyndall has returned to the DMV and has started a position as a medical assistant at Washington Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, an orthopedic practice based in Washington, DC, and Chevy Chase, MD. She hopes to use this position to help her gain some experience as she hopes to attend medical school in the near future and has dreams to someday becoming a physician herself.
Kyndall is extremely passionate about addressing issues of healthcare inequality and diversity in the medical field and hopes that as a Black woman entering the field, she will make an impact that makes healthcare more accessible and equitable for future generations.