Student | UBC Vancouver
Zamina Mithani (she/her) is a recent graduate of the Bioethics program at Harvard Medical School (HMS) and is pursuing her Doctor of Medicine degree at the University of British Columbia. She completed her undergraduate degree at UBC where she received a Wesbrook Scholarship (2019) and served as the president of Thaqalayn Muslim Association, the president of the Interfaith Collaboration for Kindness Foundation, and has given multiple TEDx talks about racism.
Since then, she has written extensively on the importance of anti-racism in bioethics in leading bioethics journals, and has done work in trauma-informed care at HMS. She is passionate about achieving justice within healthcare and as well as creating spaces where relationships of power and identity can be explored with humility, nuance, and compassion.