Natasha Steele

Natasha Steele is an outdoor and nature enthusiast, a writer, an internal medicine physician at Stanford University, and a survivor of Hodgkin’s lymphoma. She’s passionate about the experience of cancer survivorship, and particularly focused on ways to build more just and equitable medical systems that empower cancer survivors from all backgrounds. Prior to medical school she was a competitive horseback rider and spent years teaching kids and adults how to ride. In her free time she can be found biking around the hills of the Bay Area with her daughter and husband, exploring the beach with her family, or on a run with her rescue dog, Fig.