Storm was born and raised in New Jersey and from a young age had an interest in service and medicine. He attended Princeton University where he studied Anthropology and Global Health & Health Policy. After college he supported operations for a non-profit which supported a clinic in rural Sierra Leone, and eventually moved to Sierra Leone where he helped to lead a community-based Ebola response for two years. He then went to medical school at Jefferson University in Philadelphia. While in medical school he provided advocacy services and basic medical care at a streetside clinic for individuals with opioid addiction. He's currently a fourth-year psychiatry resident at Mount Sinai Hospital. He's dedicated to working in communities that are underserved and is passionate about expanding access to mental health treatment.