Jessica Bhandari is a fourth-year medical student at Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine. She was raised in Fort Worth, Texas. As a first-generation American, she grew up with a strong network of family and friends. She completed her Bachelor’s in Science in Genetics from Texas A&M University. During her time there, she volunteered and worked at a local hospital. In addition, she headed a medical mission trip for pre-med students to Nepal. During medical school, she was involved in volunteer recruitment for local events. She is currently serving as the Alabama state coordinator for the national student response network, an organization created to help displaced students help-out in their local communities during the COVID19 pandemic. She participated in AMSA’s virtual reproductive health fair poster presentations and presented on access to abortion care in Alabama. She is a strong advocate for patient education and is applying for residency in OBGYN. The DO Advisory board team created a series of Facebook live presentations for National Osteopathic Medicine week to teach the AMSA network about Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine, the 2020 single Match, & the use of OMM in practice. With this position, she hopes to continue to provide Pre-medical students and Medical students with knowledge about the similarities and differences between DO and MD trained physicians. She hopes to advocate for more transparency when applying for elective rotations and residency as a DO student.