KSUCPM Class of 2022
Social Media Ambassador
Q: Why did you choose podiatry as a career?
A: I chose podiatry because I love that you can practice both medicine and surgery. As podiatrists, we are foot and ankle specialists, so one day I could be treating a diabetic foot, the next day, a sports injury. I was drawn to the field because of how versatile it is. Being an athlete my entire life, I knew I wanted to go into something that gave me the opportunity to work with athletes and sports injuries and podiatry allows me to do that and much more.
Q: You're a new addition to the crayon box. What color would you be and why?
A: If I was a new addition to a crayon box, I would be a light ocean blue color. This color suits me because it reminds me of the warm summer time on a beautiful beach, with the waves crashing on each other and my toes in the sand. Anyone that knows me knows I adore hot weather and that a tropical beach is my favorite place to be!
Q: What is your favorite vacation destination?
A: My favorite vacation destination is Disney World by far! It’s my favorite because there is always so much to do and never a boring moment there. To be honest, I am also a kid at heart and some of my favorite movies to this day are Disney movies, so I enjoy going to Disney just to relive my childhood and be around some of my favorite characters! Not to mention the weather in Florida is phenomenal!
Q: Who do you regularly follow on Instagram? Twitter?
A: I regularly follow LeBron James (@KingJames) on Instagram and Twitter. I played basketball my entire life and he is my absolute favorite basketball player of all time. Not only is he a great basketball player, but I love what he has done for Northeast, Ohio, which is where I am also from. From opening up IPromise Schools to The LeBron James Foundation, he continues to give back to his community and I respect him so much for that.
Q: Finish this sentence, "People would be surprised to learn that I..."
A: ....have a twin brother! He’s about 25 minutes older than me. We were both born premature about 1 month early.
Student Doctor Deana Lewis