Taylor Goss is graduating this semester from the University of Central Florida with degrees in Health Sciences and Biomedical Sciences and a minor in Psychology. Previously, she has held the position of Golden Key International Honour Society chapter president and has participated in Servant Leadership training through the Greenleaf Center. Goss is the Administrative Coordinator for the Behavioral Health Research Group, focusing on gender perceptions and their effects on the delivery of healthcare. She has been a Teaching Assistant for Clinical Psychology, has served as a mentor to low-income high school students, and has volunteered at a local Emergency Room for more than four years. In the past year, Goss has founded an AMWA Pre-Med chapter at her university and has hosted the pilot test for Women Matter, Period at this branch. In her free time, Goss loves to share her journey through medicine on the Moments in Med blog. She will begin a Master’s in Public Health program this fall before eventually continuing to medical school.
MWIA Centennial Congress hosted by AMWA — July 25 – 28, 2019, New York, NY