Perhaps it was growing up with an engineering father, and pulling over on road trips to admire dammed rivers and “exquisite” limestone formations (the material of childhood dreams), but in Biology class Sara was told the living world followed the principle of structure that serves function, it made perfect sense. The same theory never ceases to apply to roles in her life. In her comedy improv group during undergraduate before any actor entered the developing scene they knew to enter with a purpose in the plot. In medical school Sara has joined two groups, the Medical Spanish Health Elective and the Urban Health Project to marry the arts of accurate communication and working in a low resource setting; characteristics crucial to global health work. Even more a credit to her med school successes is the structure and support from the girls she studies with.. Shama, Kate, and Farah… the MedMujeres!