Sarabeth Broder-Fingert is currently a resident at Massachusetts General Hospital in pediatrics. She received her BA and MA with honors from Wesleyan University as a Howard Hughes Research Fellow studying cell biology. She completed her MD at NYU School of Medicine in New York City where she was honored with the Presidential Service Award for her service to the NYU community. As a resident at Mass General she spearheads the “Autism Care Plan” program charged with improving the in-hospital experience for patients with autism and their families. She lives with her partner Heidi Alexander, Esq. in Boston and in her spare time enjoys cross-country skiing and musical theater.