I am a graduate of Northeastern University, where I earned my Bachelor of Science in Biology, along with minors in Global Health, Nutrition, and Wellness Studies. Early on, as one of the founding members, I was was filled with enthusiasm to contribute to the establishment, growth, and expansion of this organization. I possessed a profound understanding of the vital role that health literacy plays in community-based education, and I was eager to work towards Community Health Ed’s mission. Currently, I am working as a clinical research coordinator at the Massachusetts General Hospital, which I find both fulfilling and rewarding. I am also passionate about Global Health and I dedicate time outside of work to contribute to this field. As a volunteer, I serve at both Dana Farber and the Infant and Toddler Surgical Unit at the Boston Children's Hospital. In my free time I can be found spending quality time with my furry friends, which include two Shetland Sheepdogs, and two Maine Coons cats.