Maya Roytman is a second-year, undergraduate student at Loyola University Chicago pursuing degrees in Neuroscience and Public Health on the pre-health track. She is the co-founder and co-president of the American Medical Women’s Association branch at her university. She joined AMWA as a national member at the end of her freshman year and became involved as the Spotlight Chair in the Dance, Theater, and Medicine Committee, the Pre-Med Research Chair on the Physician Infertility Initiative, and a member of the Global Health Committee. Outside of AMWA, some activities Maya is involved in include being a Carbon Fellow research assistant, a member of Alpha Sigma Nu, a member of Bioethics Bowl, and a Kaplan Student Brand Ambassador. She is amazed with the numerous opportunities AMWA provides to connect with other students who are also passionate about uplifting women in medicine, and she hopes that she can also serve as a role model for future AMWA members in her journey to becoming a physician and public health advocate.