Neha Shabeer
MD Student
Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine

I am excited to be part of Boston University’s Class of 2023 and subsequently Boston University School of Medicine’s Class of 2026!
I live my life by Gandhi’s famous words to “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” Each day, I use the Power of CALM – Collaboration, Advocacy, Leadership, and Marketing – to achieve my goals. I hope to embody the power of youth to make an impact in their community through my civic engagement and dedication to joining the medical field.
I care deeply about serving my Ashland community and have galvanized my peers by founding a community service and leadership club called ‘Breaking the Barriers’ at Ashland High School. I served as the BTB’s President since its founding in 2016 until graduating with the goal of inspiring youth to become leaders of today through service. One of the service initiatives I developed is Project 133, a food transport system between local restaurants and homeless shelters to prevent food waste and feed the homeless. As a positive role model, I encourage my peers to make positive choices and serve as youth sector holder for the youth substance abuse prevention coalition, Decisions at Every Turn. Furthermore, I served my school community as National Honor Society Community Service Coordinator, Junior Statesmen of America Secretary, Site Council Secretary, Student Ambassador, Peer Leader, and Principal’s Advisory Committee member. I was honored to receive Student of the Term for Involvement and the coveted Dean’s Award for my work in the Ashland High School community.

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