Emily Forester

Student Division President

Emily Forester (she/her/hers) is a fourth-year medical student at the Rowan-Virtua School of Osteopathic Medicine. Emily first began her involvement with AMWA through the Rowan-Virtua chapter, where she became Vice President. She spearheaded their first pre-med mentoring program, which helped to match medical student mentors with pre-medical students at various colleges in Southern NJ. At the AMWA national level, she has worked with the Sex and Gender Health Collaborative on the Sex and Gender Differences Factsheet project, while also serving on the AMWA Student Division’s Award Committee. In addition to her AMWA involvement, Emily is a Rowan-Virtua ambassador, tutor, and teaching assistant, as well as the director of the Rowan Community Health Center, a student-run free clinic in Lindenwold, NJ. Outside of medicine, she is an avid long distance runner. She completed her first marathon in the fall of 2022 at the Philadelphia marathon. In her free time, she also enjoys cooking, going to the beach, and knitting/crocheting.


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