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Raymond Aguilar

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Raymond grew up in rural Washington state. He has a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from the University of Washington and is completing his medical degree at the University of Washington. Before medical school, he worked in Sea Mar’s Americorps program, and has volunteered his time to mentor minority students and coordinate volunteers at Sea Mar’s Skagit Valley migrant farmworkers clinic. Raymond’s goals are to practice OB at a community health center serving the Latino community, where his bilingual and bicultural background will benefit patients. Raymond enjoys cooking, soccer, hiking and rollerblading, and he is excited to be part of a residency program that is close to his family in western Washington.

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Zeena Al-Tai

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Zeena grew up in California. She has a bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of California at Irvine and recently completed her medical degree at the University of Queensland School of Medicine. Zeena has known she wanted to be a physician since she was 6-years-old, and she has a strong interest in women’s health, OB, and working with the underserved and people of minority backgrounds. As a first generation Arab-American, she recognizes the need for health education for young people in her culture. Zeena is a travel blogger, having travelled to more than nine countries to explore local history, culture and cuisine. Additionally, she is a one-stroke painter and enjoys arts and crafts.

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Andrea Carnie

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Andrea grew up in Maryland. She has a bachelor’s degree in musical studies from Oberlin College and is completing her medical degree at the University of Maryland. Before medical school, she conducted research in the areas of nutrition, weight loss and neurology. An excellent flutist, Andrea likens working with patients to performing music, and her goals are to practice OB while working with the underserved. Her bilingual and bicultural background will help her accomplish these goals working with Sea Mar’s diverse patient population. Andrea also enjoys biking, hiking and swing dancing, and she is excited to complete her residency in Washington state, where she will reunite with her sister and other family members who live in the area.

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Kirstin Hansen

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Kristin grew up in Bellingham, WA. She has a bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Northern Colorado, and is completing her medical degree at the University of Washington. Kristin is committed to helping those with special needs and developmental disabilities, and has a passion for serving migrant communities. Kristin excelled in collegiate soccer, and has volunteered her time coaching schools in the Lynden area. She lives on her boat and enjoys hiking, knitting and baking.

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Jessica Lazar

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Jessica grew up in California. She has a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies from Lewis and Clark College and is completing her medical degree at the University of Washington. Before medical school, Jessica worked in environmental conservation for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. She found her calling to learn primary care in order to help the underserved while volunteering at a homeless youth medical clinic in Portland. She continues her passion for service by volunteering at a homeless shelter and managing the Casa Latina Center for Seasonal Workers in Seattle. Jessica hopes to expand her Spanish language skills while completing her residency at Sea Mar, and aims to practice OB in a rural or semi-rural setting.

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Leonel Oliveros-Rosen

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Leo grew up in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. He has a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Haverford College and is completing his medical degree at the University of Pennsylvania. He has passion for working with underserved communities and has sought out education above and beyond his formal education, including OB and women’s health training. He helped research the health literacy of Latina women in Philadelphia, and he implemented a tool that helped make the data collection more culturally relevant. In his spare time, Leo enjoys a variety of outdoor activities, cooking, computers, and reading science fiction.