Alum
Adda Massah

Advocating for Community Health

Alum, NDMU Class of 2016 Doctor of Pharmacy Hometown: Washington, D.C.

I was able to play with children in my AdvoCaring group and meet the wonderful teachers completely dedicated to them. The look in those children’s eyes when we had a health fair geared towards them is something I will never forget.

Adda's Story

What was your favorite part of your NDMU experience?

“I was able to play with children in my AdvoCaring group and meet the wonderful teachers completely dedicated to them. The look in those children’s eyes when we had a health fair geared towards them is something I will never forget.”

How did your NDMU experience help you achieve your personal and professional goals?

“As a first-year pharmacy student I was able to go out and interact with the community and apply skills we were taught in the classroom from my very first semester.”

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