Tasha is fourth-year medical student at St. George’s University. She received her M.S. in Biomedical Sciences and her B.S. in Movement Science from Barry University and the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, respectively. She has cardiology aspirations and a desire to focus on prevention and health equity.
She currently serves on AMSA’s National Board of Trustees as International Trustee. In her previous role as Academy Chair, Tasha was honored with the Presidential Distinguished Service Award for her service and willingness to extend a hand to others. She also was honored with the Paul R. Wright Chapter Success Award along with the SGU-AMSA Chapter she led in her year as President. At SGU, she helped facilitate community health fairs, campus-wide blood drives, and Health Equity Weeks of Action that better served Grenadian citizens.
Outside of AMSA, Tasha is a medical student leader of the American College of Cardiology (ACC) Medical Student Leadership Group. She is a proud alumna of the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) National Future Leadership Project Fellowship of Health Policy and Legislative Affairs wherein she focused her efforts on advocacy and diversity in medicine. Tasha’s had strong involvement with SGU’s Student Government Association (SGA) where she was honored with the President’s Choice Award for her exemplary service and dedication.
Away from medicine, she enjoys spending time with family, her Yorkie pup-Benji, listening to music and teaching modern and liturgical dance to underserved youth.