Callista Martin

St. Louis, MO, Human Biology, Minor in Leadership Studies (Pre-Medicine)
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Callista Martin (she/her/hers) is a freshman from Saint Louis, Missouri, majoring in human biology, minoring in leadership studies, and is on the pre-medicine track. She currently works at Watkins Health Center as the Logistics Coordinator of the Peer Health Educators organization to bring health initiatives on topics such as sexual health, alcohol and other drugs, nutrition, and self-management to campus. 

Ask me about: undergraduate research as a freshman, Watkins Health Center, and becoming a Peer Health Educator or Health Navigator.

            callista@ku.edu


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