Robyn Panchaud! Robyn is a 31yo first-year medical student at USF, a Bermudan, and thoughtful human. I met Robyn while presenting on mindfulness to SELECT, and she stood out because she was the only person to ask me a question! In this conversation, we talk about grieving for her lost identity as a musician, how she encounters prejudice through her interracial marriage, and writing her father’s eulogy with her brother.
I hope you enjoy! 🙂
and a woman.
Before Robyn dies, she wants…
to have made a difference,
and to become a parent.
When Robyn dies, she wants…
to be remembered,
and people to laugh.
After Robyn dies, she wants…
her family to move on and be happy,
the world to be better than it is now,
and equality between groups of people.
In conclusion, Robyn says…
“Whatever goal you’re working towards, if you don’t have one, you should sit and think about what it could be, and once you do have one, work towards it until you achieve it. And don’t let anyone try and dissuade you from something if you really want it. If you earn it, it’s yours and no one can take it from you.”