Sarisha Mahajan

Premedical Division Advocacy Chair

Sarisha will be graduating from the University of Michigan in 2024 with a major in Biology, Health, and Society and a minor in Social Class and Inequality Studies. She is also involved with Music For Dementia where she plays violin for memory care and dementia residents, a volunteer for the Youth Crisis Line at Ozone House and at Mott’s Children’s, a medical assistant at AFC Urgent Care, and a new writer for UofM’s branch of HerCampus, an online magazine. In her free time, she loves to watch movies, dance (especially Just Dance), and play pickleball and golf. She also recently started Michigan Masala, the only non-competitive Indian dance club at UofM! Her volunteer work has instilled in her a passion for service and she will carry this passion in her future as a physician. She is excited to serve as advocacy chair and bring light to various marginalized groups in order to teach AMWA members how to better serve others and create a more inclusive environment.