Shatreen Masshoor (SM ’12) is from Seattle, WA, and majored in African Studies with a focus in medical anthropology. She is interested in looking into sexual violence during times of conflict, especially in Eastern Congo and Afghanistan. Shatreen speaks French, Dari, and is currently learning Swahili. Some of her activities include: President of the Yale Afghanistan Forum, student intern with the Global Health Initiative, and Sexual Assault Crisis Counselor with the Milford Rape Crisis Center. Shatreen also volunteers at Connecticut Hospice and IRIS. Prior to now, she worked for over a year as a Certified Nurse Aide in a skilled nursing facility and trained as an Olympic-level amateur boxer for two years, in addition to having a black belt in tae kwon do. In the future, Shatreen plans on pursuing her interest in medical anthropology further, as well as working as an ob-gyn in her regions of interest. Shatreen loves hiking, canoeing, and trying new Ethiopian restaurants.