Lara Setti, MD, MPH is a family physician at Community Health Programs in Great Barrington, Mass. where she has practiced community and public health for the past 12 years. Prior to that, she was on faculty for a rural family medicine residency and worked at a migrant health center in western North Carolina. She has a passion for quality, holistic health care for all, and improving the health care opportunities for immigrants and other marginalized communities. She believes strongly in social justice as a necessity for a truly healthy community. Locally, Dr. Setti has served on the board of BRIDGE for the past 3 years. She also serves on the medical advisory team for the Berkshire Waldorf School and is a clinical instructor of medicine for Boston University. Dr. Setti attended Earlham College for her undergraduate degree. She attended medical school at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and obtained her master’s in public health from Harvard University. She lives in Great Barrington with her husband and two children where she enjoys finding inspiration and balance in her home, garden, whole food, exercise, and the natural world around her.