Erica Keller is a board-certified Physician Assistant for Kindbody San Francisco. She grew up in the East Bay, and has always had a passion for medicine and working to increase access to inclusive healthcare. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Los Angeles with a major in Integrative Biology and Physiology, during which she worked for years in the Department of Ob/Gyn studying polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and helped to establish the Women’s Reproductive Health Research Program there. While at UCLA, she also volunteered for and led Health Education for UCLA’s Mobile Clinic Project, which works to provide homeless and vulnerable populations in the greater Los Angeles area with nonjudgmental medical care. After several years of nonprofit work in the greater Los Angeles Area, Erica moved from California to North Carolina to pursue her PA degree at Duke University, where she further focused her passions on women’s health and infertility care. She was fortunate to join Kindbody after board certification, has been working for Kindbody since its opening in San Francisco in 2019, and truly believes in Kindbody’s mission that everyone should have access to convenient, affordable fertility and family-building care. Erica is proud to be in the 2% of PAs to practice in women’s health, and sees her role as an educator, partner, and advocate for patients along their fertility journey.