I am a first-generation college and medical school graduate brought up in the San Francisco Peninsula. Growing up a part of an immigrant family, I experienced early on how cultural differences, health, and educational disparities affected my immediate community - inspiring my lifelong commitment to serve and advocate for all underserved and marginalized communities through a career in medicine. As an undergrad at UC Davis, I took an active role at Shifa Community Clinic to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate healthcare to the uninsured communities in Sacramento. Being able to give back to communities similar to the one I grew up in reaffirmed my desire to become a physician. I then returned to UC Davis for medical school where I continued my work with Shifa and was a part of Transforming Education and Community Health for Medical Students (TEACH-MS), which trains students on improving access and providing equitable health services for urban-underserved communities. I co-lead the Ob/Gyn Group, Medical Students for Choice chapter, and AMWA at my school in addition to serving on the Diversity Advisory Council, WhiteCoats4BlackLives chapter, and as a mentor to many BIPOC and URM students. I am passionate about social and reproductive justice, diversifying the medical workforce, advocacy, and medical education. I speak Urdu, Punjabi, and Hindi fluently, and also speak functional Spanish. In my free time - I love to drink and craft coffee drinks, edit and take photographs, explore new restaurants, and cheer on my favorite sports teams!