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Neha Maqsood is a 21-year-old, born-and-bred Pakistani currently pursuing a dual degree in Medicine and Global Health at Imperial College London and Bristol University. She's also a part-time actress and radio show host; she starred in the 2018 film "Sisters in Arms," and hosted the award-winning radio show, "Will I ever be a Doctor?" Most recently, she was listed as one of the 100 Most Influential BME (Black and Minority Ethnic) people in Bristol by Bristol 24/7 and Bristol Cable for her work in empowering ethnic minorities through leading a Women's March in Bristol and kick-starting a radio show calling out microaggressions against POCs on campus. She writes for multiple publications, including Epigram, Brown Girl Magazine and That's What She Said.
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