Ms. Khadija Brouillette


Black Medical Students’ Association of Canada (BMSAC)

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About Ms. Khadija Brouillette

Khadija is a second-year medical student at McGill University and currently serves as the Chairperson of the Black Medical Students’ Association of Canada (BMSAC) for the 2023-2024 term. She is a dedicated and passionate individual who is committed to advocating for the wellness of Black medical students.

Originally from Quebec, Canada, Khadija moved to Ontario in 2006, where she spent the second half of her childhood in Toronto. She completed her undergraduate degree in Life Science Co-op with a minor in Psychology at McMaster University. Her research interests range from mental health of Black youth and the COVID-19 pandemic to evaluating the current Black medical students’ perspectives.

Khadija is passionate about paying it forward by utilizing the wisdom and advice that was shared with her and passing it down to the next generation of physicians. She provides advice to pre-medical students in the Community of Support CASPer Prep Program (CPP), helping them navigate one of the many parts of the medical school application process.

In addition to her academic pursuits, Khadija is an assistant rugby coach for the McGill Women’s Rugby Team. She aspires to be a hardworking, balanced physician who is always there for her community.

Overall, Khadija is an accomplished individual with a warm and friendly personality. Her dedication to advocating for Black medical students and reducing barriers to entry in the field of medicine is truly inspiring.

Speaking at...
Inclusive Excellence in Learning Environments: How Leaders Can Support Sustainable Healthy Learning Systems
April 14, 2024 11:45 –
13:00 PDT
Dr. Cédric Lacombe, Dr. Devon Mitchell, Mr. Maxime Bell, Ms. Éolie Delisle, Ms. Helen Jin, Ms. Khadija Brouillette, Ms. Luisa Bandeira Binder, Ms. Michelle Lam, Ms. Wenxuan (Wendy) Wang

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