The road to medical school for Megan Ferderber started in her childhood as the daughter of an Army helicopter pilot. Like her father, Megan has a great deal of pride in her work and a passion to help those who are underprivileged.
As an undergrad, Megan not only excelled as a student, but was a well-known and respected soccer player. Now as a medical student, she moves closer to becoming a physician and tend to the underserved with as much determination as she did as an athlete striving for victory. Megan takes on every opportunity she can in her neighborhood helping stroke patients in rehabilitation clinics and tutoring young children in Spanish and biology.
While Megan maintains a 3.8-4.0 GPA in advanced medical science studies, she still finds time to participate in academic global health programs, traveling to and from Ecuador serving the less fortunate. Megan believes in providing healthcare to the underprivileged. This has resulted in positions with a local student-run health clinic, as well as, post clinical volunteer experiences in Bolivia and the Dominican Republic.
Megan’s future ambitions consist of aiding those individuals who are in need and to use her knowledge and interpersonal skills to thrive to make a difference across the globe.