Dania is a medical student at the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine. She is completing her clinical rotations at Stony Brook, Long Island and is passionate about female reproductive health and advocacy. Prior to medical school, she received a Master’s degree in Reproductive Physiology where she defended a thesis on the effects of ovarian transplant surgeries in aged female mice on longevity. She also volunteered as a certified domestic violence counselor, women’s health ambassador for Days for Girls Nonprofit, and worked as a mentor for first generation college student for several years. Throughout medical school, she has served as the President of the Ob/Gyn Club, Chair of the Reproductive Advocacy Committee, and research fellow at the NIH. She hopes to continue advocating for underrepresented voices through AMSA.