My name is Mariama Runcie, and I am looking forward to meeting you! I am originally from Chicago, IL and graduated from Harvard College in 2012. I was a Molecular and Cellular Biology concentrator with a secondary in French Romance Languages and Literature. Post college I taught high school biology in Miami Dade County Public Schools through the Teach for America Program. I subsequently went to medical school at the Drew UCLA Medical Education Program. I am currently an emergency medicine resident at the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency Program at Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Find me in the dining hall to chat about healthcare disparities, anti-human trafficking initiatives, medicine, francophone women writers, education, or anything under the sun. I love comedy, dogs and cats, hiking, biking, collecting, arts and crafts and yoga.