Giulianna Vicente (She/Her)
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Giulianna Vicente (she/her) is a third year Gender Studies major on the Pre-Medicine track. She is interested in Women's health, menstrual health accessibility, and advocacy for diverse and inclusive sexual education, including menstrual and breast health. Additionally, she is interested in the inclusion of queer individuals in healthcare and the medical field. She is currently involved in the Lavender Health Alliance, a queer medical organization, amongst other organizations she's a part of.

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