Family Medicine (Muncie), PGY 1 Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Hello! I grew up in a farming town outside of Lansing Michigan. I graduated from the University of Michigan with the intent of going to medical school, however life took me on another path for a time and I moved to Indiana instead. I returned to my medical interest after my own family experienced a medical need that wasn’t able to be cured by the medical knowledge in practice at the time. I devoted myself to figuring out how to heal my family and developed a deep passion for nutrition and what is now called “Lifestyle Medicine” along the way.
Fast forward 15 years, my children are both grown and thriving, I have graduated from Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine and am here at the IU Ball Family Medicine Residency starting my new career! I am so excited to be part of this program and have a deep passion to share all the knowledge I have learned as well as continue to grow through this amazing program and YOU our patients!
I am a self-proclaimed foodie and I enjoy the challenge of improving the nutrition of food without compromising the taste…Food should be delicious! I enjoy audiobooks in general and podcasts on health topics. I love the outdoors and take my dog Gus on walks, enjoy hiking the National Parks and returning to Michigan every summer for lake and family time.
I believe in walking alongside my patients as we work together towards their health goals. If you are interested in learning more about your body and how to improve your health, let’s talk. I look forward to meeting you at the clinic!
Natassja M. Davis, MD
Family Medicine (Muncie), PGY 1 Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine
Hello! I am Natassja Davis, a Ball resident, and Georgia native. I am not new to the state of Indiana; however, I graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion with a degree in biology. After graduation, I returned to Georgia for medical school at Augusta University. After four years of longing for the midwestern summer breeze, my two daughters, husband, and I returned to Indiana for residency. Family medicine has always been the specialty I coveted because I want to provide comprehensive care in a rural community. So, I applied to Ball because there is no greater place for holistic medical care. Ball infuses modern and traditional approaches, allowing everyone to receive the care they want and need. The staff and fellow residents ensure that a day doesn’t go by without sharing a smile. Ball is truly a great place to work.
When I am not spending time with and caring for my family, I catch up on my sleep. I also enjoy playing pickleball, watching movies, playing, and watching sports, reading new books, and listening to podcasts. I am excited about training at Ball Memorial.
Amanda M. Eaton, MD
Family Medicine (Muncie), PGY 1 Un of Missouri, Columbia School of Medicine
Hello! My name is Amanda Eaton and I’m from Columbia, MO, a college town in Central Missouri. Growing up, I enjoyed playing the piano and trombone and was heavily involved in band and musical activities. I began my studies at the University of Missouri as an Animal Science major with plans to become a veterinarian, but halfway through college I decided to pursue human medicine after working as a volunteer in the NICU at my local hospital and seeing the incredible transformation of premature babies as they grew and were eventually able to leave the hospital. Prior to medical school I spent several months immersed in rural Peru, and developed a love for the Spanish language and a passion for global health and improving access to care for Spanish-speaking patients both at home and abroad.
I began medical school at the University of Missouri thinking that I would end up in pediatrics, but discovered that I also loved women’s health and obstetrics. During my rotation at a rural family medicine clinic in Southern Missouri, I realized that full-spectrum family medicine was the perfect way to combine these interests while providing the unique opportunity to care for entire families and build relationships and trust with my patients over the course of their lives. It quickly became clear to me that family medicine was where I belonged!
I chose Ball Memorial because I felt that the full-spectrum training here would provide me with the knowledge and skills necessary to best serve the diverse needs of my future patients, whether that’s in the rural Midwest, the mountains of Peru, or wherever my future career may take me. I knew that the welcoming and supportive culture here at Ball would be the perfect environment to continue my training, and I’m so excited to join the Ball Family Medicine family!
Outside of medicine, I enjoy spending time with my niece and nephew and cuddling with my cat, Idina. I am a big fan of St. Louis Cardinals baseball and Mizzou football! I love musical theater and enjoy attending concerts and Broadway shows whenever I can. I also love to travel, and my goal is to visit every state in the US and every country in Central and South America.
Andrew Gerard, MD
Family Medicine (Muncie), PGY 1 Indiana University School of Medicine
Hello! My name is Drew Gerard. I have been fortunate to call Indiana home all my life. I grew up in Plymouth, Indiana. After high school, I was accepted into the B/MD Rural Health Program at Indiana State University (Go Trees) in Terre Haute (aka Terredise), Indiana. There I studied Biology with minors in Chemistry and Spanish. Indiana State is also where I met my best friend and wife, Emily. From there, I continued my medical education at the Terre Haute campus of Indiana University School of Medicine.
Becoming a family doctor has been a dream of mine since I was in 4th grade. I desire to be the rural go-to full-spectrum doctor for anything and everything. My interests include OB and C-sections, endoscopy, wound care, dermoscopy, rural health, and global health. I chose Ball Memorial because of the robust training in procedures, broad-spectrum training, service to the community and the world, and the incredible family-like culture within the residency. The possibilities are seemingly endless.
Outside of medicine, I love spending time with my wife and our dog, Peaches. Other hobbies include exploring the outdoors, sports (especially racquetball and pickleball), painting, and board games with friends. If you have any questions about the residency, please don't hesitate to reach out!
Brian R. Harris, DO
Family Medicine (Muncie), PGY 1 Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine
Hello! My name is Brian Harris, and I am originally from Yuma, Arizona. Before attending medical school at the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine, I graduated from Brigham Young University with my undergraduate degree in finance. I met my wife, Evelyn, during my third year of medical school and we have been married for a little over 1 year.
I chose IU Health Ball Memorial for several reasons. While I am excited for all the opportunities available here, I also loved the environment and people I met during interviews. I loved the support present for families and the emphasis placed on the wellbeing of both resident and spouse. I was also impressed by the genuine kindness of the faculty. After residency, I hope to live in a rural community where I can impact the lives of my patients in as many ways is possible. I am interested in practicing full-spectrum family medicine, including surgical obstetrics and OMT.
Outside of medicine, I enjoy playing basketball, pickleball, watching movies and reality TV, watching sports, and spending time with my family. I am excited to explore Indiana, and I look forward to the adventures we will have during our time here!
Kaden B. Jordan, MD
Family Medicine (Muncie), PGY 1 University of Utah School of Medicine
Hello! My name is Kaden Jordan. I grew up in St. George, Utah. I attended undergrad there at Utah Tech University studying biomedical sciences. I married my high school crush, and we have three children!
We then moved to Salt Lake City Utah to start medical school at the University of Utah. There I was part of a pilot program for a longitudinal clerkship focused on urban underserved populations. I was able to follow the same patients from my 3rd year of medical school into my 4th. During that time, I really began to appreciate what family medicine was and the continuity and relationships you can build with your patients. I am passionate about serving underserved communities and advocating for patients and their healthcare needs.
I am so excited to be at Ball Memorial to continue my education and feel it is a great fit to meet my goals of serving underserved populations.
Outside of medicine I enjoy spending time with my family doing hikes, paddle boarding, or anything outdoors really!
Colin J. Kemker, MD
Family Medicine (Muncie), PGY 1 Indiana University School of Medicine
Greetings! I am Dr. Colin Kemker, a physician who proudly hails from the small Southern Indiana town of Salem. As a second-generation physician, I was raised by two family medicine doctors who provided a wide range of care to patients of all ages and backgrounds. Their diverse skill sets and the profound impact they had on our community inspired me to follow in their footsteps and deliver full-spectrum primary care to a rural region near my hometown.
My journey towards becoming a physician began with my undergraduate studies at Indiana University Southeast, where I earned a bachelor's degree in science. I then pursued my medical education at IU School of Medicine, graduating in 2023 with a medical degree.
What draws me to family medicine is its breadth of training, enabling me to embrace a variety of responsibilities and roles within a rural underserved community. I am passionate about providing primary care services to individuals of all ages and also aspire to offer colonoscopy screening services to my region. Additionally, I am keen on contributing to acute care settings like the emergency department and the hospital whenever my community needs it.
Beyond my professional endeavors, I find joy in weightlifting and playing the trumpet, both of which serve as outlets for relaxation and self-expression. However, my greatest source of happiness lies in spending quality time with my family, who have shaped my values and supported my journey.
I am driven by a genuine commitment to rural healthcare and a deep desire to make a meaningful impact in the lives of my patients. I look forward to developing and honing the skills I need to fulfill this commitment through the comprehensive training offered by the IU Health Ball Memorial Family Medicine residency program.
Molly J. Shaner, MS
Family Medicine (Muncie), PGY 1 Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Hi! My name is Molly Shaner. I was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana and attended Center Grove High School. I have two sisters who played several sports that I attended frequently, but I personally did gymnastics and cheerleading. I obtained my undergraduate degree at IU Bloomington in exercise science and got a minor in Spanish. College is where I discovered my passion for fitness and an active lifestyle after the rigorous training of gymnastics ended. I currently enjoy CrossFit, walking my two golden retrievers, going boating with friends, and working in the yard to stay active! In my free time, my husband and I love to watch movies, go grocery shopping, go to the Fashion Mall, and see our families.
After Residency I plan to stay in Indiana and practice in Anderson or Pendleton. Family medicine provides a wide array of cases and relationships with patients, which is why I was drawn to the specialty. I chose Ball Memorial for the opportunity to learn and practice full spectrum family medicine.
Zev Allen, MD
Hello, Zev Allen here!! I am from the rural town of Soldier, KS. I grew up on a family farm, raising cattle and attending the Jackson Heights School District with my five siblings. There I ran track & cross country, participated in musical activities, and enjoyed community gatherings!!
I studied Life-Science at Kansas State University, where I was heavily involved with hunger initiatives addressing food insecurity among undergraduate students. During the summers between academic years, I found a passion for community development and public policy. During the summer months, I developed programs for a non-profit I helped start focusing on rural revitalization.
I entered medical school at the University of Kansas following my time at KSU. I enjoyed my rural experiences and was particularly impressed by the scope of practice afforded the full-spectrum Family Medicine Physicians. I admired their ability to enhance equity of care through access to healthcare services and appreciated the challenges they had to overcome in rural spaces. Seeing these challenges within our healthcare setting during clinical experiences inspired me to pursue a Master's in Public Health from Dartmouth College. During this time, I developed research that evaluated state changes' impacts on policy regulating telehealth during the pandemic.
When I started my search for residency training, I was looking for a place that would equip me to meet the needs of rural communities and further my ability to address the problems facing our healthcare system. Indiana University Health at Ball Memorial Hospital provides that unique type of training. They have the academic affiliation that will further my ability to generate research fit for policy endeavors while providing that robust training necessary to be a truly full-spectrum Family Physician. I can't wait to get started and encourage anyone interested to reach out with questions about why I chose the Ball Memorial Family!!
Interests: I love biking, reading, listening to podcasts, painting, and enjoying a dinner and drinks with friends!
Tim Crull, MD
Hi There! My name is Tim Crull, and I'm so glad you stopped by the IUH Ball Memorial Family Medicine Residency website to learn about just a few of the people who make this residency so special. I am a Muncie native, born at IUH Ball Memorial Hospital, and I have lived nearly my whole life in the Muncie community. I attended Yorktown High School and, after that, Ball State University for my undergraduate studies. After college, I was fortunate to stay local at IU School of Medicine's regional campus in Muncie. I spent my first three years of medical school at the regional Muncie campus but moved to Indianapolis for my final year. I am grateful to be coming home to continue my training with this highly respected residency program. During my 3rd and 4th years of medical school, I spent a great deal of time with the residents and faculty of this program. I was treated with respect and kindness, like an equal and not a student. I was so impressed with the character of the people that work here. I knew that this would be a great place to train. Interviewing for residency during my final year of medical school, whenever I mentioned I was from Muncie, physicians at other programs across the country would usually respond, "Oh yeah, Muncie! I've heard they have a great family medicine residency there!" These remarks made my decision to choose this program a no-brainer! I hope that the same qualities and character of the people here that so impressed me and gave this residency national renown will provide you with confidence as you seek quality healthcare.
Aside from medicine, in my free time, I enjoy being active. I love to exercise (resistance training, walking, running, etc.) and play recreational sports such as basketball and soccer. I enjoy reading nonfiction, drinking coffee, and hammocking (if the weather is nice enough, I do all three of those simultaneously). I also enjoy watching and cheering on my favorite sports teams (Go Pacers! Go Colts!) Again, thank you for stopping by. We are so glad you're here!
Michael Hinton, MD
Hello, my name is Michael Hinton. I was born in Indianapolis and grew up in Greenwood, Indiana. I completed my undergraduate degree in Biochemistry and Mathematics at Indiana University. I then completed medical school at Indiana University School of Medicine. During medical school, I enjoyed aspects of all my clinical rotations but found speaking with patients, establishing a rapport, educating them on their illnesses, and developing a treatment plan for their long-term health the most fulfilling, so I pursued a residency in Family Medicine. My other interests in medicine include preventative medicine and sports medicine. I am very excited to continue my training at IUH Ball Memorial.
Outside of medicine, I enjoy exercising, watching/attending sporting events (Colts, IU basketball, IU football, Yankees), reading, listening to podcasts, spending time with friends and family, and playing with my dog Tyson.
Jadyn Mangen, DO
Hi there! My name is Jadyn! I was born and raised in Versailles, Ohio, a small town near the Ohio-Indiana border about an hour from Muncie. I married my high school sweetheart, Matt, four years ago, and we are welcoming our first child this April! Outside of medicine, we enjoy spending time with family and friends, walking our dog, Molly, traveling and taking camping trips, bike rides, home improvement projects, cooking, baking, gardening, reading, and occasionally binging Netflix.
I completed my Bachelor's Degree in Behavioral Neuroscience at Wright State University in Dayton and went on to attend Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine for my medical degree. Throughout these years, my passion for family medicine and serving underserved communities flourished. I fell in love with family medicine because of the longitudinal relationships, community engagement, and scope of practice. Within primary care, I am particularly interested in chronic disease management, prenatal and postpartum care, newborn care, geriatrics, behavioral health, social determinants of health, patient education, and health literacy. My future career goals include working at an FQHC in my home community where I can practice full spectrum family medicine. I chose Ball Memorial for my residency training because of the supportive environment, ability to be challenged, and the programs commitment to preparing physicians for full scope practices upon graduation. I am so excited to be joining the Ball Memorial Family!
Erica Mann, DO
Welcome to Ball! My name is Erica Mann, and I would love to share a bit of the journey that led me here. I grew up an Army kid, born in Germany. We moved all over the US and Europe, but I ended up in Alabama, where I graduated high school and attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). I earned my BS in biology and MPH in global maternal and child health before moving to Haiti, where I served in a rural clinic for six months. When I returned, I attended the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine (ACOM) and continued to engage in issues of domestic violence, sex trafficking, and local and global health disparities.
Outside of academic and professional pursuits, you can usually find me with my local church's children and youth ministries, back in Alabama, enjoying my family or in the kitchen cooking and baking. I might also be out for a run, tucked away at home painting, or enjoying a good book in a soft chair with a warm cup of tea. But no matter where you find me, you are welcome to join me!
I chose Ball for my next step because I believed it would equip me for my somewhat unconventional career goals. I knew I needed solid training across a broad scope to pursue international medicine. I needed strong OB and procedural training and opportunities to engage locally and internationally at the community level. Ball promised both a strong foundation and the flexibility to tailor my training toward my practice. I hope you will consider how Ball might fit into your plans!
Tiffany McGary, DO
Hi! My name is Tiffany. I was born in Akron, Ohio, but was raised in Fredericksburg, Virginia. As a child, I lived in Seoul, South Korea, for four years, which was a memorable experience.
I studied Biology at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) in Richmond, VA. After graduation, I worked as a Phlebotomist at Mary Washington Hospital for a year; then joined AmeriCorps, providing financial health literacy to the local community and working at an HIV clinic. Afterward, I attended the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. I hope to work in underserved communities providing quality healthcare that I believe everyone deserves.
Outside of medicine, my interests include traveling, roller skating, reading, and learning about entrepreneurship.
Brooke Strader, MD
Hello! My name is Brooke, and I grew up in Noblesville, Indiana. I studied Biology and Psychology at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Between working in a research lab as a pharmacy technician and embarking on my Guatemalan service trip, I knew medicine was my career path. I wanted to be able to walk through different parts of life with patients as an educator.
I went to Indiana University School of Medicine and spent all four years at the Muncie campus. The campus fostered an unparalleled experiential learning environment, allowing me to have an extremely hands-on education with passionate teachers despite the challenge posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. I grew my passion and clinical interests in teaching, working with underserved populations, and working with healthcare disparities through many local projects. I am so excited to be able to continue training at Ball Memorial Hospital at the Family Medicine Residency! I love Ball's full-spectrum training, along with options for global health experiences and many other electives.
Outside of medicine, I enjoy spending time with my husband, Nick, and our dog, Xavier. We enjoy hiking and being outside together. I also enjoy baking, reading, doing puzzles, and watching my younger brother's sporting events.
Luke Vaughn, MD
Hi there, my name is Luke Vaughn. I grew up in Pendleton, Indiana, and first came to Muncie to attend Ball State University (CHIRP CHIRP!). I received my Undergrad in Biology and my Master's in Human Physiology. Before attending medical school in Muncie, I worked as a medical scribe at IU Ball Memorial.
Since I started medical school, I have been dedicated to serving east-central Indiana as a primary care provider. Joining the Ball Family Medicine Residency Clinic is a dream come true. IU Health Ball was an easy choice for me as the wide breadth of learning opportunities was perfect for cultivating my future practice in medicine. I have loved getting to know the area, the medical providers, and especially the people over the past ten years. I am excited to continue to grow those relationships and serve this community!
When I am not in the clinic, I love spending time with my wife, Emily, and our children, Elodie and David. Our favorite things are going on hikes, making crafts, baking, and playing games. My biggest personal hobby as of late is learning to play chess.
Carly Chapman, DO
Cheers! My name is Carly Chapman. I am from Zionsville, IN, I am one of 8 kids, and I love osteopathic manipulative medicine. Here is a summary of my life and why I got into medicine in 6 words ... cancer miracle, life transformed, healing others.
I studied Medicinal Chemistry for my undergraduate degree at Palm Beach Atlantic University (in West Palm Beach, FL) and abroad at Oxford University for a semester. It was here where I found my love of libraries and great coffee shops! Although I loved being abroad, there’s nothing quite like Indiana hospitality, so I moved back to Indiana to attend medical school at Marian University COM and enjoyed every second of my education. Truth be told, it was hard to know what I wanted from a residency until I started interviewing and seeing what each location had to offer. I knew instantly IU Health Ball Memorial would be a great fit for me for two reasons: quality leadership and broad-spectrum training in a more rural setting. I felt genuinely welcomed by every faculty, resident, and staff member I met with throughout the process and was confident I would be trained well as a family medicine physician.
Outside of medicine I enjoy spending time with my family (especially my nephew, who’s two) and friends, swimming, reading at coffee shops, finding hidden gardens, and singing anywhere and anytime (car, church, parking lot, karaoke). Looking forward to meeting you!
Blake Clutter, DO
Hello! My name is Blake Clutter. I grew up just West of Muncie near Lebanon, IN in a small town. I attended Bradley University in Peoria, IL for my undergraduate degree in Biochemistry. I took a year off after school to work in the medical field as a scribe in the Lafayette area. After realizing that I wanted to be more involved in patient care, I enrolled in an EMT training course. I loved actively helping my community and the fast pace and excitement that comes with working on a 911 ambulance service. I started my undergraduate degree heavily considering medicine as a career but getting hands on experience in the field solidified my decision to apply to medical school. I was able to stay in Indiana and complete my medical degree at Marian University in Indianapolis.
Elizabeth Edwards, MD
Hello, my name is Elizabeth! I grew up in Olathe, Kansas after my family moved from Pennsylvania when I was a child. After high school, I studied Biology and Psychology at Washburn University in Topeka, KS. In my college years, I developed a passion for international service and a desire to serve in the mission field in the future. After a few years of working, I began medical school at the University of Kansas School of Medicine. I completed my first two years of training in Kansas City, then moved to Wichita, KS for my last two years. Throughout medical school, I came to realize that Family Medicine was the best opportunity for me to be able to serve, both at home and abroad. I loved the full scope of practice that allows a family medicine doctor to work with people in all stages of life. I became particularly interested in women’s health and obstetrics, as these areas of focus are often lacking in developing areas of the world.
I chose IU Health Ball Memorial because I felt that their program would best help prepare me for whatever area of service I find myself in for the future. I loved the strong sense of community that was conveyed in the interview process, and I was so excited to see that both the leadership and the residents were passionate about serving their community!
Outside of medicine, I love reading and cooking, as well as video and board games. My husband and I are eager to get involved in our new church community in Muncie and continue to discover how we can best serve God in the future, whether at home in the states or serving around the world!
Kenzi Holcomb, DO
Hello! My name is Kenzl Holcomb and I grew up in Winchester Indiana, a small rule town just 30 minutes from Muncie. I attended Earlham college in Richmond Indiana where I received a bachelors In bio chemistry. After receiving my bachelors I took some time off and married my high school sweetheart, Dylan, who is now a nurse practitioner working at Ball hospital. I then went on to receive my doctoral degree from Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Prior to entering medical school I already knew my career path as my parents are both Family practice providers. My plan is to return back to Winchester with my husband and serve our community. Outside of medicine I enjoy spending time with my family and planning holiday activities. I grew up with nine siblings and now have 18 nieces and nephews. Just prior to starting residency my husband and I had our beautiful daughter named Blakely. Lastly, I cannot forget to mention Nala, our Weimaraner, who is very spoiled and was not excited when we brought home the new baby.
Andy Pepper, DO
Hello! My name is Andy Pepper. I am originally from a rural town in Northwest Illinois called Dixon. After studying Biology at Northern Illinois University, I came to Indiana to study medicine at Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Indianapolis. I have grown to love the Hoosier state over the last several years and I am ecstatic to continue my medical education here.
During medical school, I found that I enjoyed many areas of medicine, but most enjoyed my time spent in family medicine. I appreciate the long-term relationships, diverse patient populations, and the ample opportunity for hands on procedures. I had the opportunity to do several rural rotations which cemented my desire to eventually practice broad scope family medicine in a rural setting. I chose Ball Memorial for the supportive culture and because their commitment to training full spectrum family medicine physicians aligned perfectly with my future career goals.
Outside of medicine, you will find me spending time outdoors with my wife, Catie, doing things like motorcycle riding, camping, hiking, and shooting sports. At home, we enjoy grilling out and spending time with our cat, Reeses (who is terrified of the outdoors). We are both excited to join the Ball family!
Elliott Van Allen, DO
Hey there! My name is Elliott Van Allen. I am a born and raised Montanan who chose Ball Memorial Family Medicine Residency for its excellent training and the kindness of its residents and faculty. I am so grateful to be a member of the Ball team!
I grew up in a small town in the mountainous northwestern corner of Montana, attended the University of Montana for my undergraduate studies, and Pacific Northwest University for medical school after a year of advocacy work in rural communities in the southwest Montana region. As the result of a lifetime in the State of Montana, I have developed an appreciation for life in small places, and some day hope to practice in a rural or frontier environment.
If you catch me outside of work, I will probably be hiking, biking, fishing, gardening, or birding with my wife and best friend. I am excited to explore the countryside, forests, and rivers of Indiana!
Brittney Vogel, MD
Hello! My name is Brittney Dudley. My path to Ball started very traditional as I grew up in Oxford, OH, then stuck close to home, attending University of Notre Dame (undergrad) and University of Kentucky (medical school) Then, it was non-traditional, as I completed a surgical internship in order to complete five years of military service as a primary care doctor for USAF pilots. My military assignments were to a tanker base in New Hampshire and an F-16 base in Misawa, Japan. Following my military service, I moved back to my hometown to work at an opioid use disorder treatment center prescribing both methadone and Suboxone.
Mackenzie Wahl, MD
Hey there! My name is Mackenzie Wahl. I grew up on a small family farm near Riley, Kansas. I attended Kansas State University, where I earned a B.A. in Biochemistry. I then completed medical school at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.
I’m deeply humbled to be at Ball for my training, and I can’t think of a better place to learn and grow as a physician. After residency I plan to return to rural Kansas to practice in a full-scope setting. My medical interests include rural medicine, OB, procedures, and advocacy.
In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my partner, Cy, and our rescue dogs, Athena and Freeda. Some of my other interests include baking, playing board games, anything Harry Potter, and spending time outdoors.