Ariana Feuvrier is a fourth-year medical student at the Medical University of South Carolina. Having spent most of her life in Southern California – being born and raised in Redondo Beach and attending college at San Diego State University – she was eager to broaden her horizons and gain valuable life experience, which led to a cross-country move to the Southeast.
Upon moving to Charleston, South Carolina, she worked in oncology clinical trials for a couple of years and immersed herself in the southern city prior to attending medical school. Throughout medical school, she has held various leadership positions in campus interest groups, worked as a TA in the anatomy lab, and is a voting member on the Admissions Committee for the College of Medicine.
Ariana has worked with AMSA throughout undergrad as the Education and Programming Coordinator and is thrilled to serve in her new role of Medical Education Programming Coordinator as a medical student. She is honored to be able to make an important difference in the medical education landscape on a large scale and continue the good work of AMSA.
In her spare time, Ariana enjoys playing piano, hanging with her dog, getting out on the tennis court, and exploring new bike trails.