Roberta started with AMSA as a Chapter President. She saw the opportunities that medical students have with AMSA to project their voice and advocate for the things that matter most to them. During her years with AMSA she has had the opportunity to serve both locally and nationally and has been an motivated member of the team. Advocating on Rally Day at the White House was truly the highlight of her time with AMSA.
Before becoming a full-time student, Roberta served in the United States Navy and provided medical services to both Navy and Marine Corps personnel. After 13 years of honorable service she decided to pursue a career in medicine. When Roberta is not studying she enjoys hiking, cooking, and dancing.
Greg is a musician/skateboarder turned physician-in-training. He still plays music and goes skateboarding occasionally, but also finds time to pursue his growing number of interests related to healthcare and patient advocacy. These interests include: grassroots organizing, increasing patient access to quality healthcare, establishing better relationships between patients and the healthcare system, and creating more harmonious relationships among health professionals.
He is originally from Chicago, but has spent most of his life living in northern New Mexico. He studied biology at the University of New Mexico, during this time he went to his first AMSA National Convention (way back in 2009!) and has stayed involved, in one way or another, with the AMSA ever since.