I am currently in graduate school for my Masters in Clinical Laboratory Sciences. I will graduate from the program in December 2018. Kappa Phi Gamma gave me the leadership and organizational skills I needed to pursue higher education and become a wholesome member of my community.
I am constantly trying to prove myself as a woman and a minority in this country. However, through the immensely strong women I’ve had the pleasure of meeting and becoming close to through Kappa Phi Gamma, I know that it is worthwhile and my struggle will eventually be worth it.
My favorite part about Clinical Laboratory Sciences is that I’m happy with what I’m doing. I chose a career path that’s less like work and more like fun.
I spend a lot of time with family and friends. Additionally, I try to have good mental and physical health. I read for fun, spend time outside, and go to the gym regularly. I am focused on school and my future career, but I am also focused on leading a healthy balanced life.
The networking. I have met some of the most incredible and life long friends I will ever have in my life through Kappa Phi Gamma. I feel welcomed and loved anywhere I go where there are sisters.
Explore your options. Healthcare can be a difficult and confusing field, but there are more paths than just being a doctor. Choose a field that best fits you and that makes you happy in the long run.