Savana is a senior undergraduate student at California State University, Fullerton. She will be graduating with a bachelors degree in Health Science and a minor in pre-health professions in the fall of 2020. She served as vice-president and president of the AMSA chapter at her university and is now looking forward to getting involved with the national team. Her passion for global health stems from learning about health issues in the community through her major courses and her experiences. She did research in the field of public health in Thailand, where she worked with a team to design a study To measure awareness, attitudes, and stigma toward a newly approved HIV screening technique. In the future, she plans on pursuing medicine and incorporating her knowledge of health promotion and disease prevention through her work as a physician. She hopes to work with children and begin teaching disease prevention methods at an early age while also diagnosing and treating present illnesses. Her main goal is to work with vulnerable populations and make an impact on their physical and mental wellness.