Shravya Dindu, MS3
Creighton School of Medicine
Shravya Dindu is a third year medical student at Creighton School of Medicine. She completed her undergraduate education at University of California at Davis and went on to work in cancer clinical research at Stanford University. During her years there, she was inspired by the Stanford community’s earnest efforts at reducing its carbon footprint, especially as it pertained to the benefits of and increasing accessibility to environmentally-friendly foods. As a medical student, Shravya started to share her passion for green eating via her vegan food blog. Joining MS4SF, Shravya is excited to be a part of the team’s collective voice for change and hopes to advocate for plant-based living by looking at its widespread positive impacts on climate change, health and nutrition, sustainability and justice.
Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine
Kelly Williamson is a second-year medical student at Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine in Miami, FL. Having spent her life living in Florida she has personally experienced how climate change has affected our oceans from living through extreme weather events to coastal flooding and rising sea temperatures. In recognizing the boundlessness of water, Kelly is interested in how water unites the health of our human family with all creation.