Dr. Tramuta-Drobnis graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2005. She practiced first as a general practitioner and then became an emergency/critical care clinician. She has experience in disaster medical response and public health. She obtained her Master’s in Public Health in 2019 and became Certified in Public Health in 2020. She works part-time in emergency/critical care for small animals and exotics (rodents, rabbits, ferrets, and reptiles). She is the Founder & CEO of ELTD One Health Consulting, LLC. Her freelance work includes writing, research, and consultation services. Her focuses include veterinary medicine and public health by focusing on the One Health Framework: the interconnectedness of humans, animals, and the environment. Ultimately, she seeks to improve the global community. She resides with her husband, an internal medicine physician, and her four-legged daughter, Jasmine AKA ‘Jazzy’, a shepherd-lab mix.