I speak to a variety of audiences from middle school students to fellow physicians.

Here are some of the topics I have spoken on in the past:

 

Heart Health for Women

1 in 4 women die from heart disease in the united states. Understand what makes women different when it comes to heart disease and how you can prevent yourself or a woman that you love from having heart disease.

 
 

Real Life Doc McStuffins: My Journey to Becoming a Doctor

Black women make up only 2% of physicians in the US. This talk shares my journey from dreaming of becoming a physician to recieving my medical degree, becoming a real like Doc McStuffins.

 
 

Medical School on the Beach: Experiencing Medical School in the Caribbean

Most people think that going to medical school on a caribbean island is a breeze (pun intended). I share my journey with students on the blessings and pitfalls of traveling overseas to pursuing a medical degree.

 
 

Media & Publications

 

Interview with Dr. Kimberly Brown (Women in White Coats)

Women in White Coats had me for an interview discussing my guest blog post! Check out my great interview with Dr. Amber Robins!

Decisions: Choosing Myself or Fellowship

For physicians, pursuing fellowship after residency is a major decision. I blogged about my experience in making my decision for Women in White Coats Blog.

Check out the post!

 
 

I did an interview with StrokeCast!

I had the amazing opportunity to be a guest on a podcast! Strokecast is a podcast for Gen X survivors of stroke. Thank you to Bill Monroe, the host and a Gen X stroke survivor for featuring me on this episode. I had a blast! I’m giving an inside look at my journey to becoming an ER doc, how ER docs give amazing stroke care and public policy.

Take a listen

Choosing Words Wisely

Have you ever felt like you had NO CLUE what your doctor was talking about? Sometimes doctors use medical jargon and forget to make it relatable to everyday people. I was quoted in Medical Economics in an article about how doctors can learn how to choose their words wisely when talking to patients.

See article

 
 

I’ve Been Rejected from Medical School … Now What?

Have you been rejected from medical school? I’m giving tips on the St. George’s University Blog how to proceed after being rejected from medical school.

Read the blog post

The Greatest Joy is Teaching Another

I absolutely love teaching others what I know and watching people grow and develop. I did an interview with Doximity about myself and what my passions in medicine are.

Take a look!

 
 

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