Kalina is a Brazilian student that received a B.A. in Economics at Emory University. During her time in college, she did clinical research at the Emory Cardiovascular Imaging & Biomechanics Core Laboratory, mentored individuals at the Emory Autism Center, and volunteered as a translator for refugee patients at a free clinic in Atlanta. With an interest in healthcare economics, Kalina became president of the Economics Students Society where she hosts debates about current healthcare policies. Talk to Kalina if you have questions about being a medical translator, balancing an unconventional major, or any part of the application!