I am a current senior at The George Washington University. Currently, I'm studying Clinical Operations and Healthcare Management (B.S). During school, I volunteer as an Operational EMT with the Fire and Rescue Squadron and currently work at Georgetown University Hospital.
At one point, everyone in the medical field had started off with colossal dreams of helping people in need, but may not know what the best route for that is. Becoming an EMT is a surefire way to understand your strengths and weakness as a provider and as an individual. You begin to feel empowered that your actions are directly helping others, the responsibility and experiences are really once in a lifetime. And I'm here to help, nothing gives me more joy than teaching and aiding people in understanding techniques that can directly help others. Much of the material being taught may be brand new to you, and that's okay. My love of science and teaching passionate people valuable skills that they can take home is unmatched.
Whether it's becoming an EMT or learning last minute information for that big biology/science tests, my goal is to help you understand first and foremost. Outside of academia, I love to play basketball, weight-lift and volunteer as an EMT!
Undergraduate Degree: George Washington University - Bachelor of Science, Health Management and Clinical Assistance
Due to covid, many of my hobbies have taken a step-back, but I still get to enjoy playing basketball (isolated of course!), weight-lifting and most importantly, volunteering as an EMT!
EMT - Emergency Medical Technicians