Community Medicine Fellow/Junior Faculty

Sneha Shah, DO, MS

Medical School: Western University of Health Sciences
Residency Training: Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles
Other: I went to Western for medical school, where I discovered I could draw from my past experiences to find innovative ways to connect with patients from all walks of life. While completing my intern year at White Memorial, a community hospital in the heart of East Los Angeles, I had the opportunity to provide healthcare to an incredibly diverse and underserved patient population. My training there provided me with a unique, hands-on experience that I know will to allow me to work seamlessly in any community or location. Family medicine offers us a chance to care for all types of people and diseases in culturally rich communities. I’m excited to join this group of like-minded individuals at Kaiser who are passionate about providing healthcare to vulnerable patients and their families, both locally and internationally. In my free time, I love to travel, read, wine taste, and continue my never-ending quest to find the best nachos in LA.


Bess Biscocho, DO

Medical School: Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific

Emily Chang, MD

Medical School: Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California

Julia Devito, MD

Medical School: University of California, Riverside School of Medicine

Jonathan Gutierrez, DO

Medical School: Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences College of Osteopathic Medicine

Alexandra Hospodar, MD

Medical School: Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine

Martin Nguyen, DO

Medical School: Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific

Kevin Singh, MD

Medical School: Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine

Sherin Thomas, DO

Medical School: Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Gorden Yao, MD

Medical School: Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California


Jonathan Briganti, DO

Undergraduate School: University of California, Los Angeles
Medical School: Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific
Other: I was born and raised in Hollister, California, a small agricultural town on the central coast. Growing up in a rural underserved area, I witnessed the detrimental effects that lack of access imposed on both the patients and physicians and was inspired to pursue a career in medicine to deliver care to those in need. After I graduated high school, I moved to LA to begin college at UCLA with a degree in physiological sciences and immediately fell in love with the rich culture and diversity of Los Angeles. Before matriculating into medical school, I decided to take a gap year as a teaching assistant at UCLA where I taught upper division anatomy and physiology courses. During my gap year, I discovered a passion for teaching and knew that one day I would want to pursue a career in academic medicine with the goal of hopefully eventually becoming residency or medical school faculty. During my preclinical years at WesternU, I was heavily involved from being on student government, treasurer of my campus's AAFP club, admissions ambassador, and clinical skills teaching assistant to providing health care to giving back to my community and providing care to the underserved by working with the Montclair Night Clinic and volunteering and eventually running WesternU's pipeline program: Pomona Health Career Ladder. I was also blessed with the opportunity to teach future generations of medical students by being selected into Western University of Health Sciences Pre-Doctoral Teaching Fellowship. With my teaching fellowship, I stayed at WesternU for an extra year and taught Osteopathic Manipulative Techniques to students as well taught preclinical medical courses, precept students at clinics, and help reshape the curriculum at WesternU. Ultimately, I fell in love with family medicine because of its holistic approach to caring for patients, emphasis on long-lasting relationships, and opportunities for patient education and advocacy. I am excited to return back to LA and join the Kaiser LA family! I also look forward to participating in Kaiser's community outreach, advocating for health equity, and mentoring future physicians with the new Kaiser Permanente medical school! When I am not at the hospital, I love to spend time with my family and friends, attend trivia nights, play board games or video games, and binge-watch movies and TV (I'm always looking for new suggestions) and I have recently gotten into photography and cooking since the quarantine started.

Tracey Gunanto, DO

Medical School: Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific
Other: I was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley (818!) to Indonesian immigrants. I attended Chapman University for college where I majored in Biological Sciences and Leadership studies. Before starting medical school at Western University, I spent a gap year teaching English on a small island in Indonesia called Halmahera. I came out of this experience having even more respect for teachers! I was inspired to pursue family medicine after a summer internship between my first and second years of medical school at Lawndale Christian Health Center, a FQHC in the westside of Chicago. That experience opened my eyes to the impact of social determinants of health on low income communities. My time in Lawndale shaped the vision for my “dream job”. I’m excited to be training at a Kaiser to learn the art of preventative care in the setting of a comprehensive system. I chose Kaiser LA because of its emphasis on teaching, the diversity of the patient population and the amazing faculty/residents! In my free time you’ll find me backpacking, playing tennis, cooking homemade pizzas, drinking coffee, playing guitar, singing harmonies and trying to get better at my new hobby, outdoor rock climbing.

Helen Ha, DO

Medical School: Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific
Other: I was born and raised here in Los Angeles, California. I completed my undergraduate education at the University of California, Irvine, where I majored in Public Health Science. I then received my M.S. in Medical Sciences at Western University of Health Sciences and began my journey towards becoming a physician the following year. During my time in medical school it became clear that family medicine was the perfect path for me. There is no specialty better equipped to provide me the opportunity to further my dedication to community outreach, teaching, and mentorship. I have dedicated the last several years mentoring and empowering disadvantaged middle school students to pursue careers in STEM and medicine. In addition to working with youth, I have a passion for working with women and the elderly. I previously taught classes focused on diabetes and healthy eating choices at my local senior center, and have volunteered with organizations dedicated to the prevention of domestic violence of men, women, and children. Family medicine allows me to combine my love for my family, friends, and appreciation for diversity with my passion for breaking down social barriers within disenfranchised communities. I feel incredibly fortunate to be able to further my education and pursue my dreams under the guidance and care from the KP LAMC community. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with family and my two corgis, competitive board gaming, splurging on house plants, gardening, farm to table cooking, fishing, karaoke, and shameless Netflix bingeing.

Mabel Kyinn, MD

Medical School: George Washingto University School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Other: I grew up in Walnut, CA a sleepy residential suburb just one hour east of downtown Los Angeles. Surrounded by my large extended family, I was raised with a strong sense of community and stayed close to home at Scripps College in Claremont, CA. There, I found my new community with students and faculty advocating for marginalized populations. Through my work as a mentor and leader in Asian American/Pacific Islander student organizations, I developed my political conscious and passion for social justice. My interest in medicine and primary care in particular blossomed from wanting to advocate for the socioeconomically underprivileged, LGBTQ community, and communities of color who face disproportionately poor health outcomes and unequal access to resources. For medical school I ventured out of Southern California to Washington, DC. I had the unique experience of advocating for patients in the nation's capital at a time when DACA and the ACA were facing possible repeal. When it came to choosing a specialty, Family Medicine was the natural choice for me because its core values prioritize community, advocacy, humility, and empathy. I am excited to have matched at Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles and learn from the diverse community and talented faculty and residents here. Outside of medicine, I love to play board games and video games, crochet and knit, go on hikes, explore the city, cook delicious food, and play with my two cats.

Kelsey Lee, DO

Medical School: Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine - California
Other: I was born and raised in Santa Clara County in the heart of Silicon Valley. From a young age, my parents (both chemical engineers) fostered an interest in chemistry and the environmental sciences. After high school, I attended UC Davis, where I studied Environmental Toxicology. I enjoyed learning about the biological and chemical fate of compounds, as well as the health hazards faced by agricultural and industrial workers. I was lucky to intern at the California EPA’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment. It was here that I first saw how medicine, toxicology, and public health could be combined to improve worker and public well-being, and I was inspired to attend medical school. I am excited to be a future family medicine physician because I look forward to caring for people of all ages and all backgrounds while focusing on the intricate links connecting people, their families, jobs, communities, and well-being. I am excited to be part of the Kaiser Permanente family not only because of the wonderful people, but because of the learning opportunities that come with being part of such a robust, diverse organization. In my free time, I enjoy running, crocheting, making cookies, and tending to my ever-growing collection of plants and cacti.

Daniel Malkhassian, DO

Medical School: Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific
Other: I was born in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles as a first-generation only-child, raised by my mother and grandmother who immigrated to the US to escape civil unrest. At a young age, I witnessed many health issues and disparities in my household and community. What started as accompanying my grandmother at doctor’s visits and helping manage her care, soon progressed into a passion for primary care. After her untimely passing, I was driven to help others like her and went on to receive my Physiological Sciences degree from UCLA. I cherish my range of experiences at UCLA with the Clinical Care Extenders, intercollegiate Powerlifting Team, Student Stroke Team, and as a counselor for UNICAMP: a student-run charity summer camp for underserved children. In the years between undergrad and medical school, I homed in on my passion for research and innovation by conducting clinical, academic, and pharmaceutical research as a full-time research coordinator, having some of my work published in the scientific journal Nature. During this time, I experienced a wide range of patient care issues managing my declining health and attempting to navigate the complex healthcare system, gaining a first-hand understanding of the medical needs and risks faced by vulnerable populations. I feel blessed to have risen above my own medical challenges, using what I learned to improve my role as a physician and help empower my patients. I attended medical school at Western University in Pomona, where I served as an OMM teaching assistant and worked with the Montclair Clinic, Pomona Ladder Pipeline Project, and Sigma Sigma Phi medical honors fraternity. I served leadership roles in the Sports Medicine Club, Armenian Student Association, and Humor as Medicine club, where I emceed and performed sketch, stand-up, and improvisational routines at Open Mic events. I am a strong proponent of self-care, wellness, mindfulness, and preventative medicine. As a lifelong Kaiser patient, KP LAMC has been a staple of care in my community. I feel very fortunate to have my Family Medicine training at this pristine teaching facility, under the effective healthcare model that I’ve become very familiar with. In my free time, I enjoy hiking, traveling, yoga, trying new cuisines, practicing mixed martial arts, being immersed in comedy, and spending time with friends and family.

Lisa Shue, MD

Medical School: Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California
Other: Family medicine truly captures the essence of what kind of doctor I always imagined myself becoming. My childhood in the Bay Area was comfortable, thanks to the hard work of my mom and stepdad. It wasn’t until I witnessed homelessness in San Francisco that I realized how much suffering was truly possible. But after that realization, I knew I wanted a career that was meaningful, that would allow me to make a difference. I loved my time at USC for medical school, as I found myself surrounded by like-minded peers and superiors who were passionate about advocating for marginalized populations. Prioritizing quality primary care is essential to fixing our fragmented healthcare system, and becoming a family physician is my way of joining the fight. I chose KPLA because I felt it was the place where I could best focus on learning to become an astute clinician, in an environment that supports so many diverse interests of the residents. I’m honored and excited to be here! In my spare time I like going on walks, trying vegetarian recipes, working out at the gym, and checking out local music events!

Joel Solis, MD

Medical School: Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California
Other: Born and raised in LA county in a Mexican-American family, my childhood consisted of family gatherings, dancing, and food. I first thought about a career in medicine after my grandmother received a life-saving liver transplant. As I grew older, I became aware of the lack of Spanish speaking physicians that often frustrated family, friends, and community members. In college at UC Berkeley, I was fortunate to be a part of Chicanos/Latinos in Health Education (CHE) and the Biology Scholar’s Program (BSP) that allowed me to participate in mentorship and community service events in underserved communities, where I learned how social determinants plague communities of need. My experiences in community service events, along with trying to address the shortage of Spanish speaking doctors, confirmed my desire to become a family medicine physician in Spanish speaking communities. After college, I worked for Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LADPH) and learned more about the intersection of public health and medicine as well as the importance of preventive measures to prevent chronic disease. In medical school at USC, I participated in the Primary Care Program (PCP), helped conduct original research relating to diabetes management in Latino patients, and served on the board for the Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA. I am excited to join the KPLA family to develop the skills necessary to provide quality healthcare to diverse patients. In my free time, I enjoy watching sports, consuming unhealthy amounts of ice cream, and learning bachata dancing.

Diego Tabares, MD

Medical School: Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California
Other: My hometown is El Monte, California, where I was raised by two spectacular parents and a tirelessly loving sister. Growing up in an environment that exuded unconditional support, my mindset was shaped to believe that I had the tenacity to become a professional in any field and the audacity to create an unprecedented path. Therefore, it did not come as a surprise that my initial career aspiration was to become an astronaut. Yet, it was not until I began to experience health complications, both in myself and loved ones, as well as the enjoyment of life science classes, that my aspiration for medicine began to blossom. It was a blessing to have attended UC Irvine and Keck School of Medicine, where encounters with mentors, faculty, colleagues and patients enhanced my motivation to pursue a career in medicine. Through participation with a non-profit organization and shadowing family medicine physicians, I decided to work towards becoming a primary care physician that focuses on helping the community, through all ages and ailments. The prospect of joining the KP LAMC Family Medicine Residency Program and learn not only how to practice evidence-based medicine but, how to incorporate new ideas to help modify the social determinants that affect our neighborhoods while developing strong connections with patients, made my residency decision a simple one. In my spare time, I enjoy watching stand-up comedy and comedy-based television shows, reading, exercising and spending time with my family.


Johan Clarke, MD

Undergraduate School: Georgetown University
Medical School: Georgetown University School of Medicine
Other: I was born and raised in Rockville, MD just outside of Washington, DC. In college I fostered my interests in the humanities and social justice. I graduated with an English major and started to bring theories I learned in my undergraduate education into medicine during medical school. I built my empathy skills by incorporating art and medicine through writing, reading, and visual arts. It was there I also started bringing my interests in social justice into activism, particularly from a healthcare perspective. Working with underserved populations became very important to me and I spent a lot of my clinical time learning how to best work with patients that are often neglected by the medical community. My biggest passions in family medicine are comprehensive and appropriate primary care for the LGBT community including gender affirming care, maternal healthcare, and comprehensive family planning. I'm excited to join the KP family to learn how primary care can best be used to help underserved patients in all aspects of their health and how primary care can be used to fix more systemic health disparities. When I'm not working in the hospital, I love watching the latest films, exploring the robust LA theater and concert scene, hiking or biking along the beach, and reading whenever I find the time.

Cassandra Colwell, MD

Undergraduate School: University of California, Berkeley
Medical School: Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California
Other: I was raised in a small town in West Marin County where I learned a passion for healthy food, the outdoors, and alternative medicine. After high school, I stayed in the Bay Area to attend UC Berkeley for my undergraduate degree. I studied Molecular Environmental Biology and worked with nonprofits to help promote food waste reduction and supply excess to those in need. After college, I spent a year working at The Cedars of Marin, a day program for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. There, I practiced flexibility, compassion, and gratitude, and learned the importance of accommodating individual needs. I attended medical school at Keck School of Medicine of USC where I continued to advocate for patients with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Working at County Hospital, I witnessed firsthand the many inequities within the healthcare system. I was inspired by the physicians and staff that fought to overcome these disparities. I knew that I wanted to be part of a specialty and program that emphasized the importance of addressing the systemic issues. Now that I am in residency, I look forward to forming longitudinal relationships with my patients and focusing on a holistic approach to health. I am passionate about nutrition and exercise and you can often find me on a run or attending a local yoga or cycling class. In my free time, I enjoy going to concerts, picnics at the park, beach days, and spending time with my favorite people.

Taisha Husbands, MD

Undergraduate School: Southern Methodist University
Medical School: Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California
Other: I was born and raised on St. Thomas, a beautiful island in the middle of the Caribbean. Most women in my family worked in K-12 education, so it came as a fun surprise when I expressed an interest in medicine at a young age. To help me explore this, my mom enrolled me in the STEMM PREP Project, a 10-year longitudinal program based in the continental U.S. with a mission to increase the number of traditionally underrepresented minority students entering STEMM (science, technology, engineering, math, medicine) careers. The support I received through this program highlighted the important role mentorship plays in the lives of young people. As such, I acted as a peer mentor throughout undergrad at Southern Methodist University and became an instructor for the middle school portion of the STEMM PREP Project the summer prior to starting medical school. While at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, I was appointed my class’s rep for the AAMC Organization of Student Representatives. This role allowed me the opportunity to network and collaborate with colleagues from other institutions across the U.S. on programming to improve the experience of medical education. I ultimately chose to pursue a career in family medicine because of its holistic approach to caring for patients, emphasis on long-lasting relationships, and opportunities for patient education and advocacy. What attracted me to the Kaiser Permanente LAMC Family Medicine Residency Program was its connection to the community, strong leadership development, and the diversity of both patients and physicians. After residency, I hope to continue to work in mentorship and medical education. In my free time, you can probably find me bingeing Netflix and spending time with family and friends. If you have suggestions for TV shows, let me know!

Sridevi Korand, MD

Undergraduate School: University of Southern California Los Angeles
Medical School: Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California
Other: I was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley after my parents moved to LA from India. I stayed in Los Angeles and studied Neuroscience at USC. The passion I have for connecting with the people around me grew through several opportunities for community involvement that I had found at USC. Through Teach for Los Angeles, I tutored and got to know many elementary school children from the USC area. As a director for Camp Kesem, I led a team to fully plan and fundraise for a free camp for children affected by a parent’s cancer. My favorite part of Camp Kesem was getting to be a camp counselor and spend all day bonding with these kids and giving them the chance to just be a kid. I grew so much from this experience and learned what it feels like to work tirelessly for the people and causes I care about. In medical school at USC, I continued to pursue my interest in community involvement and working with kids and adolescents. I did this by organizing a summer program called Camp Neuro for local high school students, as well as serving as a mentor in the community through Violence Intervention Program. I fell in love with Family Medicine because of the connection that can be built with patients while guiding them to achieve their long term health maintenance goals and addressing both physical and mental health as well as social and community factors contributing to their well being. I am so grateful and excited to be joining the wonderful KP LA family and hope to continue pursuing my wide range of interests including mental and behavioral health, addiction medicine, adolescent health, women’s health, and community involvement. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my friends, going on taco finding adventures, having picnics at the park, and petting other people’s dogs.

Jessica Leder, DO

Undergraduate School: New York University
Medical School: Western University of Health Sciences/College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific
Other: I was born in Southern California. I have since had the pleasure of living across the country from the mountains in Colorado to the heart of Manhattan. A sense of adventure is always close to my heart. Some of my own health issues inspired a curiosity in science and a desire to better understand the intricacies of the body. After working as an Emergency Medical Technician, I worked for a Family Medicine practice and found the joy of studying medicine for me. Family Medicine doctors connect with the person and the story. We can improve health outcomes with culturally competent, preventative care. While preparing for medical school, I worked on public health outreach projects in Brooklyn and Harlem, New York to increase healthcare access and improve outcomes for vulnerable populations. In addition, I did research to understand barriers to healthcare for women. While in medical school, I served as a Teaching Assistant for Essentials of Clinical Medicine and look forward to being involved in medical education, especially with the new Kaiser Permanente medical school starting soon! I served as head of the Women’s clinic offering free exams and education for underserved women and took classes to become a Nutrition in Medicine Scholar. I’ve done a variety of things and I love the variety that Family Medicine has to offer. One of the many reasons I am excited to be at KP LA (in addition to the great people!) is the patient centered medical home concept, with an emphasis on patient respect, dignity, and compassion. I hope to incorporate my interest in women’s health, preventative medicine, nutrition, wellness, and an understanding of the social determinants of health in my practice. When I’m not working, I like hiking, fitness, the great outdoors (kayaking, river rafting, backpacking… I’m there), a good book, Netflix, baking yummy snacks, exploring new cities, and giving time to my family and friends.

Bianca Lizarraga, MD, MPH

Undergraduate School: University of California Los Angeles
Medical School: University of California, Los Angeles David Geffen School of Medicine
Other: Home grown in East LA! I made the close yet far move to UCLA to complete my bachelor’s degree in Psychobiology. Treating patients with chronic conditions and increasing access to preventative care in underserved communities are my passion. For my medical school education, I joined the UCLA Program in Medical Education (PRIME), a dual degree program founded on the values of leadership, advocacy, and equity in health care. For my masters, I wanted a better understanding of the systemic challenges in providing care for underserved patients and thus, I obtained an MPH with a focus in health management and policy. During my masters, I had the opportunity to travel to Japan for a health policy project and Haiti to provide accessible primary care. As a first-generation medical school, I also helped establish the first-generation medical student organization at UCLA and continue my passion for mentorship. I chose KP Los Angeles because of the compassion and comradery of the people who work here and the diverse patient population they serve. What better place to train than in an organization that places primary care at the forefront. During my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family, watching Netflix, and eating popcorn.

Faisal Merchant, DO

Undergraduate School: University of California, Berkeley
Medical School: Western University of Health Sciences/College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific
Other: I was born in Mumbai, India and moved to Nairobi, Kenya at the age of four where my family and I lived for five years. We immigrated to the United States and settled in beautiful Southern California and haven’t felt the urge to move since. I attended U.C. Berkeley and majored in Molecular and Cellular Biology and in Cognitive Science. At Cal, I was heavily involved in the local Habitat for Humanity chapter. I attended weekly workdays where I served food and shared meals with local community members, mingled with seniors and helped replant their gardens, and occasionally helped build homes in Oakland and San Francisco for low-income families. My passions for service, preventative medicine, and healthy living led me to pursue a career as a physician. I attended medical school at Western University of Health Sciences where I was able to focus my passions while leading The Sports Medicine Club. I also participated in a class global health trip to Peru where I conducted preliminary health screenings for local children and adults and led workshops that focused on primary and secondary prevention of illnesses endemic to the region. I'm ecstatic to join the Kaiser LA family and am looking forward to practicing evidence-based medicine and serving an extremely diverse population. In addition, I hope to continue pursing my interests in sports medicine, preventative medicine, and global health. In my free time, I enjoy spending time outdoors with my family and friends, going to the gym, playing basketball, and catching up on many years of missed TV shows and movies.

Krista Ring, MD

Undergraduate School: Stanford University
Medical School: Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California
Other: I was born and raised in a large, multi-cultural family in Sacramento, California. I developed a passion for healthcare as a child while helping my grandmother care for my elderly great-grandmother and volunteering in hospitals and convalescent homes once she passed away. After high school, I attended Stanford University where I studied Human Biology with a concentration in Social and Behavioral Determinants of Health. Exploring the mechanisms behind health disparities in the United States both strengthened my interest in primary care for underserved populations and explained trends I've seen in my own family and community. As a believer that education is key to good health, I have been a teacher and mentor for students from low-income and minority communities through programs such as Breakthrough Sacramento and Kaiser Permanente's Thrive Academy. Throughout medical school, I also organized and taught health courses to formerly gang-affiliated adults at Homeboy Industries. I am very excited to join Kaiser Permanente as a Family Medicine Resident to build a solid foundation in holistic, evidence-based medicine. I also look forward to participating in community outreach, advocating for health equity, and mentoring future physicians. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with family, watching Netflix, cooking Creole food, going to hip hop and R&B concerts, and exploring all of the delicious restaurants in Los Angeles.

Caroline Shang,MD

Undergraduate School: Columbia University
Medical School: Rutgers, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Other: I was born in Boston after my parents immigrated from China, and grew up on the East Coast. While studying Biomedical Engineering in college, I also enjoyed tutoring students in music and mentoring in pipeline programs. After graduating, I made the leap and moved across the country to Los Angeles to teach high school Biology and Physics in an inner-city school. During my time here, I fell in love with my kiddos and confirmed my passion to serve others. I taught my students not only the rigorous education standards, but also found myself adding lessons that focused on healthy habits. It was very difficult for me to turn a blind eye while my students were eating hamburgers and Hot Cheetos for lunch and not sleeping well at night. I realized the importance of the social determinants of health and its impact on their educational potential. I wanted to tackle this problem from multiple angles, which propelled me to attend medical school and be more prepared to educate my patients regarding their health problems. During medical school, I continued these interests by participating in interprofessional health fairs and teaching classes about health prevention. Family medicine is the perfect fit for me because I can continue community work, particularly for underserved populations, focus on health prevention, and learn more about public health and health policy. I am excited to pursue these interests at Kaiser Permanente LAMC! In my free time, I enjoy taking pictures, watering my plants, going to comedy shows, and having picnics with loved ones.

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