Students of the week #8
While a student at Western University, Tracy was an active volunteer and advocate for marginalized communities. She joins MMI after working with LAMP Community Health Centre and Future Majority, a not-for-profit, non-partisan organization that helps make politics more accessible for youth.
In her spare time, Tracy enjoys music and writes and produces her own songs. After completing the MMI program, Tracy hopes to work in healthcare consulting where she can apply her highly-developed analytical and communication skills.
Khizar’s goals are to bring positive changes to the lives of young people, seniors and those living with disabilities. He is currently a member of the 2020 Mississauga Youth Council and is helping to bring attention to the importance of mental health and youth involvement in public policy.
When not volunteering in his community or working at a local pharmacy, Khizar can be found doing calisthenics, playing sports or spending time with his family.
Siobhan is a graduate of the University of Toronto where, in collaboration with a pharmaceutical company and research team, she conducted cancer research. Her internship with a property management-based technology start-up introduced her to the roles AI can play not just in property management, but also in other areas, such as the healthcare and the environment.
Siobhan is this year’s winner of the prestigious Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) and aims to work in the healthcare sector once she finishes her MMI degree. Her goal is to secure a position that will allow her to navigating the divide between scientific knowledge and the increasingly technology-reliant future of patient care.