Julia was always interested in providing care that is accessible to everyone, but she didn’t know what form it could take until a few years after graduating college. While working at a nonprofit focused on encouraging girls to be active, she decided to shift to a clinical environment. She’s currently in residency at Boston Orthotics & Prosthetics of Boston Children’s Hospital and looking forward to bringing her background in youth development to her pediatric-focused POP career. Helping kids be active will still be part of her job, just in a different way and with new skills. As a future POP provider, Julia wants to ensure that patients, especially children, are comfortable and have a voice in the care they receive.