Doan is a third-year medical student at Ross University School of Medicine. He received a B.A. degree in finance from University of Economics, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and B.S. degree in respiratory care from the University of Texas Medical Branch, Texas. He holds various professional credentials and certifications such as RRT, NPS, CPFT, ACLS, PALS, and NRP. He is currently a licensed respiratory therapist. In 2006, Mr. Nguyen joined St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital, one of the largest hospitals in Texas Medical Center. He later took a cardiopulmonary supervisor position at Park Plaza Hospital, a member of Tenet Healthcare Corporation. He also served as clinical instructor at PIMA Medical Institute.
During nine years practicing as a respiratory therapist, he has gained a lot of clinical and professional experiences in many different health care settings: acute, long term acute, rehab and emergency. Mr. Nguyen has been actively involved in AMSA both at the local and national level. He hopes to extend his role in health care systems thus he has enrolled in RUSM to become a medical doctor. His favorite quote is from Mark Twain who once said: “You’re never wrong to do the right thing.”
Advocacy Development Coordinator
Pranali is an undergraduate sophomore at Texas A&M University. She was born and raised in Ahmedabad, India, and came to the United States to pursue an education in medicine. She became involved with her local AMSA chapter as a freshman and was inspired by the AMSA’s Annual Convention in Washington, DC, to apply for a National Leadership role. Pranali wants to be a physician but that is not her end goal: Her dream is to go back to India and open a multi-specialty hospital that utilizes the skills of empathy and positivity in patient-care. She hopes to achieve great things with AMSA and hopes to be inspired by her peers and mentors.
Education Development Coordinator
Sabrina is a junior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she is currently studying Biology. She is also pursuing Certificates in Global Health and Classical Humanities. She first joined AMSA through her school’s local chapter as a freshman, and was selected to be a Social Trustee the following year. Her active involvement helps strengthen the campus’ AMSA community.
Trainee Development Coordinator
Nicole is a third-year medical student at the American University of Integrative Sciences. She received her undergraduate degree in Economics and Sociology from the University of Virginia. Nicole joined AMSA during her first year of medical school and served as the Treasurer and later President of her local AMSA chapter. After attending her first AMSA Annual Convention, Nicole was inspired to pursue a national leadership role. She is excited to serve as the Trainee Development Coordinator this year.
Outside of school, Nicole enjoys outdoor activities and spending time with family and friends. She hopes to one day travel the world and give back by using her medical career as a tool to provide care for communities in need.