Mamta Singhvi received her BA History from UCLA with summa cum laude honors, and was the youngest graduate in her class at UCLA Medical School. She is a Board Certified Radiation Oncologist and served as Chief Resident at UCLA, where she deepened her knowledge of complementary and alternative medicine, piloted wellness initiatives, and collaborated on several research projects. Her community service involvement includes work on literacy, domestic abuse, health disparities, and sexually transmitted illnesses. As President of the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin she advocated on issues ranging from increasing national residency positions to J1 Visa waivers for medical trainees. Mamta represented global brand Bebe, an experience she parlayed into a cervical cancer awareness campaign. She is the youngest Board Member of the American Sexual Health Association, and her goal of eradicating cervical cancer through prevention has taken her to countries such as Ethiopia, India and Haiti. She stays active through tennis and yoga, is an avid writer, a self-proclaimed foodie, and bleeds blue and gold for her UCLA Bruins.