This is your chance to hear the real "tea" at U of T. Tune in to our Instagram Live session to learn what it’s like being a U of T medical student, how to leverage education to support the community, and how to find balance between being a student and engaging in advocacy work. Chantal and Lina will be available live to answer all of your questions!
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Chantal Phillips is a medical student at the University of Toronto, who received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Medical Science from Western University. Her interests include addressing oppression, specifically anti-Black racism, in academic, political, and health-based contexts. Chantal's hobbies include running, experimenting with coffee beverages, and spoiling her baby nephew.
Lina Elfaki is a 2nd year medical student at the University of Toronto. She completed her Master of Science at the Institute of Medical Science and an undergraduate degree in Physiology and Human Biology, both at University of Toronto. As an immigrant Muslim Black woman, she has also been promoting gender and racial equity in healthcare and the STEM fields through experiential programs, mentorships and advocating for systemic changes. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Lina has been focusing on community-focused health promotion to support her Black community.