Student National Medical Association (SNMA)
The goals of the organization include:
- to raise the levels of minority student recruitment, admissions, and retention in schools training health care professionals
- to sponsor programs for minority youth to encourage their entrance into the health professions
- to eradicate prejudicial practices in the medical education and health care delivery
- to provide national leadership in the promulgation of legislative policies for the provision of better health care, and
- to eliminate health disparities among minority communities by disseminating information about general health maintenance and disease prevention.
SNMA membership is open to all who wish to make a difference regarding the medical education and health concerns of people of color. Members at every level receive free copies of the quarterly SNMA Newsletter and SNMA Journal, discounts on SNMA conference travel including car rentals, SNMA merchandise, and eligibility for several scholarships, grants, and loan repayment opportunities in association with Kaplan Test Preparation, National Institute of Health, and National Health Service Corps. Best of all, SNMA affords its members unparalleled leadership, management, and networking opportunities.
Choose to make a difference now, so that there is a clear, positive difference in the delivery of health care in the future. Join the SNMA. Additional information is available at the website, www.snma.org, or contact the National Office to receive more information:
SNMA National Office
5113 Georgia Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20011
Contact Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
National SNMA Membership: Register Member Type Fee
Chapter Membership: via Venmo ($20 to @UNC-SNMA) or contact our treasurer
If you have been a financial member of SNMA for 4 years and need to renew your NATIONAL membership. Please fill out this form and mail in your $30 payment directly to SNMA National Headquarters 5113 Georgia Avenue, NW * Washington, DC 20011. If you have any problems using the online payment system, please contact our SNMA Webmaster.
SNMA ProgramsHPREP: Health Professions Recruitment Exposure Program
For more information, See Health Professions Recruitment Exposure Program.
For more information, See Middle School Science and Technology Enrichment Program.
For more information, See Youth Science Enrichment Program.
For more information, See Annual Zollicoffer Lecture & Banquet.
2019/20 SNMA Officers
|Vice President||Candace Barremail@example.com|
|Community Service Co-Chairs||Princess Onuorah|
|HPREP Coordinators||Imani Sweatt|
|MSTEP Coordinators||Aaron Morris|
|YSEP Coordinators||Ayo Matory|
|MAPS Liaisons||Joseph Locklear|
|Fundraising Chair||Jessica Evans|
|Social Co-Chairs||Brittany Cureton|
|Recruitment Liaisons||Tierra Bynum|
|Minority Men in Medicine (MMM) Coordinators||Nathan Shenkute|
Theodore Moore II
|Minority Women in Medicine (MWM) Coordinators||Victoria Person|
|Minority Round Table Co-Chairs||Imani Sweatt|
|U360 Co-Leaders||Ruthly Francois|
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Director, Medical Student Education
Campus Box #7593
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
Phone: (919) 843-1114
SNMA Region IV Officers
Regional Director–Brittanie Hazzard Bigby –firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Regional Director to the North– Dominique Williams –email@example.com
Associate Regional Director to the South– Evelyn Kassim – firstname.lastname@example.org
Regional Secretary– Priscilla Tutu –email@example.com
Regional Treasurer–Alana C. Nichols –firstname.lastname@example.org
Regional Community Service Liaison–Fatimat Shotande –email@example.com
Regional Political Advocacy Liaison–Syara Slaughter –firstname.lastname@example.org
Regional MAPS Liaison–Aldwin Soumare
Regional Parliamentarian–Carolei Bryan – email@example.com
SNMA National Resources
SNMA National Office
Student National Medical Association National Headquarters
5113 Georgia Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20011
The Zollicoffer Lectureship was established in 1981 by members of the UNC chapter of the Student National Medical Association with the support of the Dean of the School of Medicine. It was named in honor of Lawrence Zollicoffer, M.D. (1930-1976), the fourth African American graduate of the UNC School of Medicine and founder of the Garwyn Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland. The Baltimore community recognized Dr. Zollicoffer as a supporter and activist in the struggle for civil and human rights. Throughout his life, he exemplified qualities which students admire and hope to emulate as future physicians. The Zollicoffer Silent Auction Fundraiser was set up as a way for the SNMA to give back to the community. Each year local businesses, alumni, and friends donate goods and services to be sold at auction. All proceeds from the auction goes to support a non-profit or community program. Your contributions have already made an indelible mark on the lives of those we contact through our many programs and activities.
You can make a donation via Venmo to @UNC_SNMA or by check. Please make all check payable to UNC/SNMA. If you would like to donate goods or services please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org