Preventing the Human Connection from Getting Lost in Translation

Episode 9 February 10, 2021 00:17:04
Preventing the Human Connection from Getting Lost in Translation
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Preventing the Human Connection from Getting Lost in Translation

Feb 10 2021 | 00:17:04

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Show Notes

Naimi Pothiwala gives us hope for the future as a 20 year old undergraduate at East Carolina University she is making a difference in her rural community of Apex, North Carolina. After learning how to fluently speak Spanish she took a leap to become a translator at a mamography clinic. Pothiwala talks about how honored she is to serve in this role to truly empower women during some of the most intimidating and vulnerable clinical procedures. Listen as she shares her goals for the impact she wishes to make in rural communities after graduation. 


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