Completed the EA Intro program in October 2022, through which I became acquainted with EA cause areas and EA's way of thinking. Trying to find ways to do the most good is now on my mind constantly.
Read Doing good better and What we owe the future by Will MacAskill, The Precipice by Toby Ord, and 80000 hours by Benjamin Todd, as part of my EA education.
Attended EAGxBerlin 2022 where I connected with fellow EA changemakers from all over the world.
Founder and Co-Organizer - MTLS Alumni Network Initiative
I have been part of the organizing team of TEDxKI since its inception in 2021. I'm currently an advisor for the TEDxKI 2023 team, helping put together an awesome big-scale and even bigger-ideas event once again.
Wondering what's like to put a TEDx event together? Read more about my experience being the exec producer for TEDxKI 2022.
I'm a climate activist and I enjoy supporting local marches and gatherings for climate action. Read more about it in this blog I wrote about climate movements in Stockholm.
I'm a proud member of the LGBTQIA+ community and every year you can find me at the local Pride Parade. I love expressing my individuality and uniqueness in the safe and caring environment of this community.
I love to read so getting involved with Karolinska Institutet's book club was a no-brainer for me!
I led the club during Fall 2021 and organized two main events for students to learn more about story-telling and developing better book debate and scientific communication skills. The books we chose were all popular science or science fiction books.
I led the KTH Racketklubb from 2020 to 2022, while studying full-time at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. Under my leadership, the club went from 30 regular members to 350 registered members. I also secured the highest grant ever awarded for student wellness and sports from KTH's student union, THS, at 40 000 SEK, thus enabling our club to book courts and offer tennis sessions to our members completely for free.
I have been an active member of the Medical Herstory network since 2020. Found Tori and her story first while studying at McGill, then continued to attend the webinars and workshops in order to better advocate for myself and my female peers. Being a mental health and neurodivergency advocate has opened up my eyes to a lot of the gender bias I have experienced my entire life and it's also empowered me to be a better researcher and support system to fellow women and non-binary friends.
I led fundraising efforts and a team of passionate students for the McGill Children's Health Alliance of Montreal (MCHAM) organization from 2016-2020, while studying full-time at McGill University. Over those 4 years, we fundraised over 20 000 CAD for the Read, Imagine, Lire literacy program, where books in over 20 languages were provided to hospitalized children and their families, at the Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation.
Want to learn more? Check out the current MCHAM team's efforts.