2023-2024 Executive Board
Meet the people committed to advancing our mission.
Co-Vice President / Secretary
Riya is a junior majoring in Neuroscience and minoring in Business.
"In the future, I hope to attend medical school, as I am passionate for finding novel solutions to healthcare issues. In particular, I want to contribute to combatting global healthcare disparities by focusing on health equity and accessibility for all. Outside of school, I enjoy competitively swimming, going hiking, and watching psychological thrillers."
Co- Vice President / Volunteer Coordinator
Mehul is a senior majoring in Biology.
"I am really passionate about outreach initiatives, especially initiatives that address the importance of children's healthcare. Upon completing my undergraduate degree, I hope to attend medical school and one day become a Pediatrician. In my free time, I enjoy playing spikeball with friends and sketching."
Michael is a junior majoring in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology and German.
"Community service is the foundation on which a good healthcare system is built. I am aiming to pursue a degree in medicine following my graduation. In the meantime, the natural sciences interest me (I also study German for fun!). When I have free time, I love to play guitar, read books, and write."
Emerson is a sophomore majoring in Neuroscience and minoring in Creative Writing.
"Volunteering my time is how I help to round-out my pre-medical education. I love the work that United 2 Heal accomplishes through our mission and am passionate about ensuring further progress to fight healthcare disparity. I am studying neuroscience and hope to go into pediatrics. In my free time, I like to sew and hangout with my friends!"
Technical Team Co-Director
Jannis is a senior majoring in Biochemistry and minoring in Physics.
"Currently, I am in my senior year and applying to biochemistry graduate programs. Outside of school, I love playing soccer and chess. This is my third year with United2Heal and my second year as a one of the tech teams co-directors. I look forward to seeing many new faces this year through the club!"
Jocelyn is a sophomore majoring in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology.
"For me, medicine represents an intersection between my fascination with the microscopic and macroscopic workings of the human body and my interest in positively impacting individuals and communities in a healthcare context. United 2 Heal gives me the opportunity to work towards reducing ongoing healthcare disparities across the globe, which I find extremely valuable. In my free time, I enjoy thrifting, spending time in nature, going to cute cafes, and traveling!"
Technical Team Co-Director
Azeem is a junior majoring in Neuroscience and minoring in Education for Empowerment.
"I plan to pursue a career in medicine that allows me to integrate preventative care at a community level and individual care for patients. My experiences in service learning and community engagement have helped me grow a passion for working and interacting with infants and children. I currently conduct research on protein quality control pathway involvement in Huntington's Disease. In my free time, I love reading, mountain biking, and kayaking."
Rachel is a junior majoring in Neuroscience and English.
"I am extremely interested in the fields of neuroscience and psychology! Mental health support is also very personal and important to me. Currently, I am a peer counselor for CAPS, but in the future I would like to continue a career in counseling/psychiatry services. In my free time I do pilates, bake, read, and watch tv with friends! As a student, United to Heal is a great way for me to help others through medicine while also learning more about the field!"
Shipment Coordinator / Treasurer
Karyna is a junior majoring in Biology, Health, and Society.
"From a young age, I was able to see that health is at the core of everything in our lives. From knowing what it's like to live in a financially disadvantaged neighborhood to recognizing that my community did not have the accessibility to receive the greatest healthcare. I knew that I wanted to be part of reducing the gap in healthcare disparities for minority groups. As a future physician, I aim to build interpersonal relationships with my patients, while simultaneously assisting and educating communities of color to enhance the overall condition of Public Health. In my spare time, I love spending time in the kitchen trying out new recipes and listening to music. I am truly excited to sort with new and returning members this year!"
Professional Development Director
Kenneth is a sophomore majoring in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology.
"One of the most prominent issues that I've noticed within healthcare are health disparities affecting marginalized groups like BIPOC, queer people, and youth. In the future, I hope to provide more equitable healthcare within localized communities who might not have as many resources for underrepresented communities. Outside of school I enjoy running, cooking, and obsessively dyeing my hair."