Georgette Hamwi is currently an undergraduate biology student at Montclair State University with a minor in public health. She is part of the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, National Society of Collegiate Scholars as well as a Dean’s list student. She is also a part of the Leadership Development Certification Program (LDCP). She has volunteered at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center and the Clifton Public Library with an accumulation of over two-hundred hours. She also has a Certified Nursing Assistant and Emergency Medical Technician certifications that were acquired during her high school career. She previously worked at a nursing home and a doctor’s office, but currently is working at SpecialtyRx, a pharmacy, and is truly loving the environment and atmosphere of that specific field and has become a Certified Pharmacy Technician. After obtaining her BS in Biology, she hopes to pursue a career in the pharmaceutical field. When she was younger, she played the violin for four years, but unfortunately had to quit when she attended a high school that was outside of her district and not have a strings orchestra. Lastly, although many are usually shocked when they first hear this, her first language was Arabic and till this day this is the predominant language she speaks at home with her family.
Juan Montoya is currently a biology student at Montclair State University. After holding positions of leadership throughout his education in his native country (Colombia), he became fascinated with the ideology of helping others. This led him to work in the medical field and to acquire basic pharmacology knowledge as a pharmacy technician. After completing his BS in biology, Juan desires to become a cardiovascular surgeon, allowing him to do what he enjoys the most, help others.