- Class of 2019
- Majors Biology and Chemistry
Natasha, who grew up in Massachusetts, was drawn to Loyola for its Jesuit values and its location in Baltimore, a city with plenty of opportunities in health care, the field she hoped to pursue. A student in Loyola's Pre-Health Programs, Natasha is taking an interdisciplinary approach to the sciences, studying both biology and chemistry. In addition to her studies, Natasha is an active member of the campus community, serving as an executive board member of the Pre-Health Society, as president of Hounds for Hounds, and as a peer tutor for The Study. She has also served as an ESL teacher for Spanish-speaking immigrants in the Upper Fells Point neighborhood and as a Health Outreach Baltimore advocate at Mercy Hospital. Natasha believes “it is not where you go to college, but what you do with your experience,” and hopes her classmates take advantage of the opportunities available at Loyola, and make the most of their time here. She has been offered an opportunity to conduct post-baccalaureate research at the National Institute of Health after graduation and has also applied to medical school (and hopes to hear very soon about where she will be heading next to continue her path). “Applying to professional schools in health care can be daunting, but it does not have to be when you are given the right resources and opportunities to succeed and grow. I cannot stress enough how supportive the environment at Loyola is. I have been able to grow and mature tremendously due to the faculty, my commitment to service, and the courses I have taken here.”
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