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Alyssa Bialek


Hi everyone! My name is Alyssa and I’m a first-year MPH/PA student at George Washington University. I’m originally from Columbia, MD. Being an athlete has been an integral part of my identity since I was five, which is when I started playing soccer. I kept adding more sports to my schedule and was captaining my varsity soccer, tennis, and basketball teams by my senior year. In college, I decided to try out one more sport – ultimate frisbee – and discovered my love for this sport above all the others! Sports have provided me with stress relief, time management skills, leadership experience, and lifelong friends. After some serious knee injuries, I started physical therapy and got into weightlifting when I couldn’t play my other sports. I realized how important weightlifting is for injury prevention and improving athletic performance, and have greatly enjoyed this new style of training. I love introducing friends to weightlifting and watching them get stronger. Whether it’s playing sports, lifting, or something else, exercise is about creating enjoyable and sustainable habits that work best for you!

Jon Green


Hey! My name is Jonathan Green, a Physician Assistant student at GWU SMHS. I am originally from the San Francisco Bay Area where I grew up playing every sport you can think of. I went to undergrad at University of California Santa Cruz where I enjoy surfing, hiking, and all the amazing outdoor adventures offered there! I loved organizing and playing intramural sports throughout college and am proud to be apart of the 2 time intramural dodgeball championship team. The mental demands of medical school education can be overwhelming and it is so important to prioritize your own physical and mental wellbeing. I am looking forward to helping all students become more active and finding a balance between becoming amazing future medical professionals and maintaining great health and fitness by remaining active through school!

Meghan Tveit


Hello! My name is Meghan Tveit and I am currently a first-year medical student at the GWU SMHS. I am originally from a suburb of Seattle, WA, but have spent the last 5 years living on the East Coast. I studied Neuroscience and Education at Harvard University where I became passionate about early-childhood development and preventative care. I was the captain of the Varsity Women’s Soccer team and love to motivate others! Since retiring as a collegiate athlete, I have transitioned to marathon running and group fitness coaching. I am a coach at Orangetheory Fitness and absolutely love guiding others to optimize their health and fitness goals. I also enjoy exploring different mindfulness practices. Recently I have been dabbling in yoga and meditation. I actually just added a “meditation corner” to my bedroom to help initiate the difficult first steps! I am thrilled that MedMo is finally at GWU and I can’t wait to use movement to help us thrive together!

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