Ramneek is a third-year medical student at Trinity School of Medicine. A central Massachusetts resident, she completed her Bachelors in Neuroscience and Biotechnology with a minor in Psychology from Assumption College. After graduating, Ramneek worked as a Phlebotomy/EKG Technician and a Medical Technologist while also pursing her Masters in Healthcare Administration from Capella University. Ramneek always showed an interest in being involved in networking, community outreach and charity programs whether it was for school or work. At Trinity SOM, Ramneek began her involvement with AMSA by serving as Chapter President, where she focused on promoting community outreach and enhancing the student network. Ramneek acted as the Trinity SOM Chapter Representative for the AMSA House of Delegates at the 2017 and 2019 AMSA Convention. This past year, she had the pleasure of serving as the Education Development Coordinator on the Professional Development team. She is enthusiastic about continuing her involvement with AMSA by serving as the Wellness and Student Life Chair. In this role, Ramneek hopes to bring her leadership skills and prior experience to continue to improve trainee wellness and patient wellness by utilizing a patient-centered care approach and creating supportive educational environments.