Fludiona Naka is a third year MD/MPH student at the University Of Connecticut School Of Medicine. Fludi`s involved with AMSA started during her undergraduate college years when she co-founded the AMSA chapter on campus. Fludi has expanded her AMSA experience by serving as Regional Director and then becoming part of AMSA`s Board of Trustees as the National Secretary. This year Fludi will be serving as the Vice President for Internal Affairs. Fludiona completed her undergraduate degree at Wesleyan University where she double majored in Neuroscience and Biology. After Wesleyan, she served two years with AmeriCorps before starting her medical education at UConn. During medical school, Fludi has found time to serve the community as part of the Urban Service Track program, mentor high school students, serve in student-run health clinics and coordinate the UConn Migrant Farmworker Clinics. Fludi is interested in healthcare policy advocacy and has done work in this field with organization such as the American College of Physicians, the National Association of Community Health Centers, and the American Medical Student Association, of course. Moreover, Fludi is involved in continuous research in the field of public health, community medicine and dermatology. Fludiona plans to use her leadership and community service experience to help her better connect with patients and become the best doctor she can be in the very near future.