Ezinne Ihenachor is a second-year medical student at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. She was born and raised in Los Angeles, California and earned her bachelor's degree in Human Biology from Brown University. She spent two years working as a Clinical Research Coordinator in the Program in Nutritional Metabolism at Massachusetts General Hospital before entering medical school. Currently, Ezinne conducts laryngology research with an interest in vocal fold paresis. A product of inner-city public schools, she is passionate about mentorship and spends her Saturday mornings teaching anatomy and physiology to middle school students from underserved areas in Los Angeles. In her free time, Ezinne enjoys writing short stories, attending poetry readings, watching musicals and scrap-booking.