Baily is originally from a small town in Colorado, in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains where hiking is the only answer to, “What are you doing this weekend?” One day, she decided that basic training sounded like a good way to spend a summer, so she joined the Air Force in 2015. After literally almost dying to get good grades (got to love water survival class), she graduated in 2019 in the top 5% of her class from the United States Air Force Academy with a B.S. in Geospatial Sciences and a minor in Arabic. She was the top graduate from the Department of Geospatial Science and Economics and was awarded her class’s legacy saber for the promising 2019 MD candidate. Inspired to continue in a profession of helping others, she joined Harvard Medical School to work on her MD.
Baily was the only two-term president of her school's future medical professionals organization. She created mentoring groups, MCAT prep groups, and practice sessions, and organized “what you need to know” info sessions. Baily’s club had over 100 members to juggle at all levels of the medical school admissions process. She is able to work with students at any stage in the process and give real advice on what they need to do to succeed in the process. She has worked with students who have low scores, different backgrounds, and different experiences in order to get them through the incredibly stressful medical school admissions journey.
Outside of coaching and mentoring, you can find Baily in the gym, cooking something new, or binge-watching the latest true-crime drama on Hulu.