Demi Wolford M.D.
Throughout her time at Saint James School of Medicine, Demi utilized any free time she had to become involved in the community, both on campus and on the island. As a class representative for the Red Cross, she was able to participate in events that focused on the communities’ health on the island.
She was also a member of the American Medical Student Association (AMSA), Student Government Association (SGA), and the Anguilla Animal Rescue Foundation (AARF). Demi did not stop there; she noticed that there was a lack of on-campus organizations, outside of medicine, that interested her. She took that information and created clubs that piqued her interest, such clubs include a glee club (The KeTones) and a spin cycling group (The SJSM Spin Superstars).
While diversifying herself within the community will help her to become a well-rounded and compassionate doctor down the road, it will also play a large role in her residency application. “Attending medical school at SJSM was the best decision I have ever made for myself. I had the adventure of a lifetime and became a doctor along the way. I chose to be an Alumni Ambassador because I believe SJSM is the best school in the Caribbean. Making the decision to move so far for medical school is scary, and I want students to know that they have support. I look forward to sharing my experiences with students and helping inspire the next group of SJSM physicians. “ At present, Demi is currently in the residency program at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center in Texas with a focus in Family Medicine. Along with completing her residency, she is also working towards her Master of Business Administration from the University of Texas.