Dr. Britani Javed started her medical training in South Florida. She graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Premedical Studies in 2010 and completed her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine at Nova Southeastern University in 2014. It was during her premedical training that Britani first joined the American Medical Student Association. She has served in many AMSA leadership positions during her premedical and medical school training. In 2014, she was elected to serve as the AMSA’s National President. This position allowed her to travel around the world helping to represent the organization’s advocacy initiatives, such as improving medical education. In 2015, she started her Pediatrics Residency with Authority Health in Detroit, Michigan, with the goal of helping underserved populations. During her residency, she completed a Certificate in Population Health through the University of Michigan and continued to hold various leadership positions throughout this time. She graduated from residency in 2018 and currently lives in California with her husband, Danish, (who is a fellow Pediatrician) and infant son Zane. She works as a Pediatric Hospitalist and the Director of Resident Education for her group. In her free time, she loves making memories with her family and traveling to new places. When there isn’t a pandemic, she performs in the Sacramento Choral Society and Orchestra as an Alto.