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72 – Saber & A Stethoscope

October 29, 2018

72 – Saber & A Stethoscope

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On this episode, my guest is Student Doctor Kamali Thompson who is a 4th year medical student at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Jersey. I got her on the show to talk how she handles the craziness of medical school with being an amazing fencer! She’s got aspirations of making the Olympics in 2020 ya’ll.

Kamali got started with fencing pretty late in comparison with other fencers. With hard work, persistence, and people believing in her she’s been able to be successful at all levels. Recently she added US National Champion to her resume and regularly competes for Team USA internationally.

Things you’ll learn in this episode:

  • How she got introduced to Fencing as a sport
  • The difference between studying for medical school vs training for the Olympics
  • Importance of role models
  • Why she decided to get a MBA
  • How she answers #imnotjustadoc

Resources Mentioned in this Episode:

Peter Westbrook Foundation
Amanda Seale – Small Doses Podcast
Nickii Franke – College coach

Follow Student Doctor Kamali Thompson:
Kamalithompson.com
Twitter: @Kamali_thompson
IG: @dr.mali.malz
 

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