National Expansion Officer
- University of Florida, Bachelor in Science in Health Education, graduation May 2020
- President’s Volunteer Service award, 2019
- Risk Factors and Public Assistance Role in Hypertension among Homeless Population: a Cohort Study, author published January 21, 2020
- I founded the University of Florida chapter in 2017, was the President for the chapter for two years. With this role, I was able to expand to two different food shares, provide the homeless population with dental hygiene, and feminine hygiene kits, and fundraise for the organization. I then became Executive Southeast Expansion Director 2018, where I helped open up chapters in the southeast region of the U.S. such as UVA and FIU. In 2020, I became the National Expansion director where I aided in covid relief projects, oversee over 30 chapters in the process of becoming approved by their universities in the nation, and helped expand our organization to over eleven different universities.
- I wanted to help not only my community, but become an advocate for the homeless population. I wanted to help educate the homeless population on their health and provide resources to receive primary health care. I also wanted to educate students on the stigmas against the homeless population and be the bridge between the two different populations.
- I aspire to become a physician’s assistant and to someday be able to help people with low income receive free medical care.