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Audrey Raissa Tseumie:
Emigrated to the United States from Cameroon eight years ago, and has just graduated from Trinity Washington University. She was a Shaw Ministry scholarship winner all four years. She is aiming for a medical career focusing on global health issues, and will work at Pregnancy Aid Center.
A native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, grew up in the Jewish tradition, and is graduating from Carleton College. She will be working with the Capital Area Immigrant Rights Coalition
A Franklin & Marshall graduate, is a native of Trinidad and Tobago, and was raised in the Hindu tradition. He will be working at Sasha Bruce YouthWork.
Monica is a recent Biology graduate from Wesleyan College. Growing up in Georgia, she volunteered with the American Red Cross, Veterans Hospital, and Golden Harvest Food Bank. She developed a passion for service and medicine, and cultivated these skills as President of the Student Government Association at Wesleyan, and volunteering/shadowing physicians in rural Georgia. She is excited to be in the Westmoreland program working for Mobile Medical Care.
Her job has helped her to increase her understanding of preventative healthcare, strengthen her Spanish , and serve homeless and uninsured patients living in Montgomery County, Maryland. Monica is currently applying to medical school and hopes to continue to practice primary care in an under-served area.