Fatima is a junior in the honors college of Oregon State University, majoring in biology with a minor in chemistry in the pre-medicine track. With an ultimate goal of becoming an OB-GYN in the future, she is committed to creating an environment where all women are healthy and heard in all circumstances. As a medical scribe in the hematology/oncology clinic, she has encountered a multitude of compelling patients with breast and ovarian cancers, and was encouraged to learn more from their experiences. Through Rivkin, she hopes to spread the crucial awareness of these cancers, as well as help in empowering individuals to protect and improve their own health. Fatima is the current president of the Muslim Student Association and is the treasurer of the Minority Association of Pre-Medical Students, a nationwide organization dedicated to providing underrepresented pre-medical students with resources, knowledge, and experiences that are impactful to their medical school aspirations and to furthermore create a diverse and culturally aware medical workforce. She is additionally a color guard member of the university’s marching band. Outside of her studies, she enjoys reading, writing stories, drawing, and has taken on her interest in boxing.