Karishma Trivedi was a summer intern for the O’Neill Institute.

Prior to joining O’Neill, Trivedi developed an academic interest in health access and equity while attending Georgetown University. After graduating, she worked in healthcare consulting, concentrating on the provider side of the clinical spectrum, and provided resources to influence hospital policies and best practices. During her time at law school, Trivedi plans to focus on the intersection of healthcare, management, administrative policy, and the law as applied to both patients and providers and is on both the health law and the business law tracts.

Trivedi is also politically engaged and has volunteered with various campaigns to increase diversity in voice and ensure platforms address the needs of marginalized communities. She is particularly passionate about bringing awareness to South Asian cultures and serves as the vice president of the Maryland Carey chapter of the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association.

Trivedi is a rising second-year J.D. candidate at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. She received her B.S. in health care management and policy at Georgetown University in 2018.

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