I volunteer at the student-run HOMES Clinic in downtown Houston to provide medical care for Houston's homeless population.
I am also currently training to be a manager for the HOMES Clinic to help coordinate volunteer activities. I hope to incorperate more eye care in the future.
I provide free vision screenings for Houston's homeless population through OpenGate Homeless Ministries. This helps refer people to optometrists or ophthalmologists for eye care.
At Baylor College of Medicine's medical scientist training program (MSTP), I participate in the student operating committee. I help lead group interviews and organize second look activities. I also manage the Baylor MSTP Twitter account.
At the American Physician Scientist Association (APSA), I am a peer mentor that advises undergrads who are interested in physician-scientist careers. This includes reviewing CVs, personal statements, MCAT preparation, and research guidance.
I also manage APSA's official Twitter page and post links to various workshops, resources, and conferences.
I founded the University of Washington (UW) Pre-Physician Scientist Club for undergrads interested in exploring careers that combine research and medicine. Currently, I serve as an alumni leader.