Kameron Leigh Matthews, MD, JD serves as the Medical Director of the Division Street site of Erie Family Health Center, an federally qualified health director in Chicago that treats an underserved, Latino patient population. After finishing residency, she worked for two years as a staff Attending Physician at Cermak Health Services of Cook County, the entity that provides health care to the 10,000 detainees of the Cook County Department of Corrections. At Cermak, she served as the facilitating member of the Interagency Gender Identity Committee, responsible for the safety and security of transgender inmates. With a strong dedication to primary care services for the underserved, she is honored to have been awarded loan repayment through the National Health Service Corps. Dr. Matthews graduated from Duke University with a Bachelor’s degree in public policy studies in 2000. She then earned her medical degree from Johns Hopkins University and her law degree at the University of Chicago. She completed her residency in Family Medicine at the University of Illinois at Chicago while serving as Chief Resident during the 2009-2010 year. Dr. Matthews served as a National President of the SNMA and currently serves on the organization’s Strategic Planning Council. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Polaris Charter Academy, an expeditionary-learning charter school in the Humboldt Park neighborhood of Chicago. She is a Lead Analyst for PolicyPrescriptions, an evidence-based health policy website.