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I am a Black, female physician, born in Grenada and raised in Brooklyn.
I embody the full spectrum of expertise needed as an academic scholar.
I am an educator and mentor with strong research skills. I work
clinically as a primary care physician seeing adult patients. This
represents my ikigai, as I apply a humanistic approach to care for a
diverse group of patients. I learn from them as much as they learn
As an author of the children’s book, Our Grandparents are Different
from Us, I use my personal experiences to create this piece that I
will use to bring families across the generations together.
This book is for mom’s and mom figures and father and father figures
because it take a village to raise a child.